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By Anonymous - / Wednesday 19 December 2018 20:00 /
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By  raven_of_azarath  |  28

I don’t see how that would keep you from getting a raise. You’re being responsible. Plus this totally lets your boss know you won’t be taking maternity leave any time soon and therefore can get a raise and not bail a few months later.

By  404wan  |  11

what does a wrong text have to do with your work performance? besides, an insurance question would be the least embarassing thing to accidentally send your boss!

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By  raven_of_azarath  |  28

I don’t see how that would keep you from getting a raise. You’re being responsible. Plus this totally lets your boss know you won’t be taking maternity leave any time soon and therefore can get a raise and not bail a few months later.

By  404wan  |  11

what does a wrong text have to do with your work performance? besides, an insurance question would be the least embarassing thing to accidentally send your boss!

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  bidet  |  7

Assuming that the OP's boss is male, she can follow the advice in your last sentence without worrying about getting pregnant. And she might even get that raise after all.

By  PenguinPal3017  |  18

At first I was thinking this was because you're planning on getting pregnant, but you're actually planning on the opposite. So it's just an awkward text accident. Shouldn't be a big deal.

By  tounces7  |  25

Assuming your Insurance is through your workplace, this wouldn't be an entirely unusual thing to ask your boss, even if he's not very likely to actually know the answer.

By  Agent JPN  |  8

I still have no idea how all these people keep sending texts and pics to the wrong people by "accident" ???!!!???

Any way Joe, I need to get back to work before the troll stops by my office.

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