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ANSWERED: HR Manager Is Trash Talking Me! Who Do I Go To?

In this week's edition of Well,This Happened, the series that lets you become a career coach, we addressed Eric's difficult workplace situation.

Eric recently discovered that the HR manager at his company is trash talking him, specifically to new hires. This is making it hard for him to work with the new employees and giving him a bad reputation. He's not sure how to go about addressing this since he can't go to HR.


Eric is in a tough spot. He can't ignore the problem because a bad reputation can hurt your career but he also has to be careful about how he chooses to address the problem, in order to not make it worse. Earlier this week we gave four possible options for addressing this situation.

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