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Last week, one of our Twitter Advice Project questions was from a guy who is pretty sure his ex girlfriend bad-mouthed him to an employer where he was applying for a job:

Dear Experts,


My ex-girlfriend works at the company I just applied to. I haven’t heard from them and I think she may have ‘bad-mouthed’ me to the hiring manager.

Is there anyway to find out of this really did this and what can I do if she did?

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