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He is trying to get me fired. Iam white male and he keeps tilling me gone and has others doing the same thing including managers
I am a contingent. A full time employee for a another Co. I am 54 and don't want to find another Job other the the harrasment it has great working condition The firing is along story.Can i call you or you call me?937(NNN) NNN-NNNN
No Another employee I work with at a differnt job and I found he was using the phone system to lessen in on my parts room desk. I told on him and he has told them at this work place that I am a F up so the last 2 times i have worked there they have tried to set me up and get me out.
It seem that I would be better off to go after Harrasment no one wants go after them on slander. But I need someone to stand
up for me.
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