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They were asking me very non specific questions about conversations in our break room, wanting me to tell them what other people are talking about. I told them I respect other people privacy and was not at liberty to talk about private conversations. They said I was less then cooperative with them, and they will note that for future reference, I asked if she was threatening me and she said no , i will know when she is threatening me. She also talked about a complaint from another employee who said she was offended by a conversation 6 + months ago, we had started getting a union in but it was blocked i didnt know if they were just giving me a hard time or just trying to create problems that dont exist
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