I just wanted you to know that the head of HR is bringing in an attorney to interview everyone in my work space. He wants to get to the bottom of what is going on. I plan on not discussing the matter with anyone. But I know my boss is focusing on trying to eliminate me. You just said to just go on and do my job as if nothing is wrong..if I want to keep it. Are you saying that I really don't have any defense in my favor
How do I go about proving that I am the victim of discrimination? This is clearly what is happening to me. These ramdon attacks on me have repeadly happened over the past year...my boss has made repeated accusations to me about how other people perceive me in my work area...is less than steller. Thx
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