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At my job we hired a new manager about a month ago, he was askong me questions about my sex life and asking me what i would do for to make him happy and what he coould do for me t ake me appy. i saod nothing, he asked me to not say anything. So a few weeks laer i told the store owner and a few days later he sat me down and questioned me about it. im wandering what i can do to get the new manger fired and not be accused of lying since the new manger is dyning the whole conversation. I dont want to lse my job, what are some advice that i should do to not loose my job but to get the new manager to loose his hob? The owner said tat i would be talking with nvestagators soon, and taking a lie detecting test. But lie detecting test are not always accurate. I want to know what i should do in this situation...
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