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She is generally a pushy overberring individual. She is not everyone's superior but she acts like she is. She does seem to target those individuals that do not put up with her BS and go above her head to seek direction.
The director has spoken with her, I am told, but she still thinks she is in chagre of everthing and every body.
What if this employee is trying to push me into reacting in a manner that she feels she can then have me terminated. I'm afraid that is what is really happening here.
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