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Old 07-12-2011, 05:10 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Unhappy Issue with Manager - Texas

My manager that was recently hired divulged personal and confidential information about me with someone in our firm's biggest competitor's office, as well as to a mutual friend of ours outside of the company. I reported the instances to my office 3 months ago. My office manager chose not to do anything about my complaints. The situation became more hostile and my manager began to make things mandatory for only me, would use curse words towards me, single me out and make unprofessional comments towards me via email and out loud. After I submitted a complaint in writing they have engaged my manager in what they call 3 "serious" discussions. They told me after each of these discussions that they believe his behavior would cease. He has now begun to report false information to my COO about my attendance in order to reflect poorly on my performance. I believe he is doing this as retaliation against me for filing my complaints. An HR director told me that the best she can do is talk to him like she has done and hope that the behavior stops. I do not feel comfortable working for this guy any longer and do not trust him at all, but don't know what to do now. I am afraid I might be fired if they believe him over me and he continues to turn in false reports that I am not at work all of the times I am supposed to be. What is the best thing for me to do now to take care of myself/make it a more comfortable work environment. I love my job.
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