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What Would You Do?

I know a manager who had an affair with a co-worker for months. When the person found out the manager was married, they threaten to tell the spouse. To keep quiet, the manager hired the co-worker's mother who was not qualified. Should I go to HR?

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you aren't a threat here, since you were not personally wronged.

Therefore you have no ability to sue. Therefore HR has no requirement to protect you. So bringing this up will only expose you to risk

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Post ID: @uvbk+16gKoMGu

HR job is to protect the company from employees. Just a friendly reminder.

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Post ID: @nvri+16gKoMGu

Nothing is confidential and there is retaliation. Don’t be fooled by all the training and affirmations.

Personally I would keep it to myself.

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Post ID: @lhxi+16gKoMGu

As we know, not all jobs are created equal but JP is hookupheaven,
I've had countless s-x encounters here and dating a lot as well. So naturally, there are lots of divorced, married, bored moms, and cheaters that are more attracted to my title than anything, LOL

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Post ID: @7mqz+16gKoMGu

Some of you are scheming and calculating, I hope managers and above see this and behave themselves

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Post ID: @6upu+16gKoMGu

I heard the ED I am under recently got divorced. Since I have a thing for mature women, I ll use my young and spicy appearance to make her my pet. Nothing feels better then bringing such strong creature to its knee with my charm

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Post ID: @5yaf+16gKoMGu

I manipulated many into having s-x, since their husband and others don't know, use that information as leverage.
I didn't plan for s-x, but just happened, once a cheater Always a cheater!
las month I invited Sarah, Lauren, Amy, Keith to help them rationalize their reations issues. . and my technique worked every time! truth will set you FREE

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Post ID: @4brh+16gKoMGu

Time to hookup like a crazy Jamie, demand few favors, or Tell everyone.

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Post ID: @3sei+16gKoMGu

Report it? Sure.....but what do you get in return. Unless you gain sth too, never do it for free. After all, it’s a workplace so money comes first.

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Post ID: @1zwj+16gKoMGu

I would advise you to report it. Even if it is done anonymously.

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Post ID: @1tsj+16gKoMGu

Don’t bother. It’s not like you will get a raise or you are immune to layoff afterward when you report it.

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Post ID: @1yzj+16gKoMGu

This is why we take the ethics course every year and you Affirm! This is why managers are not allowed to date direct reports, manager is compromised and company is blamed and pays for their indiscretion. You have obligation to report anonymously.

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Post ID: @1wbn+16gKoMGu

Generally, I don't like crying to HR.

In this case, yes. Go to HR.

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Post ID: @bsm+16gKoMGu

Oh boy! what a no no! He must feel very protected because of the position he holds.

When it gets out, and when it does (there are no secrets in these situations) people have been fired because of not speaking up if found they had knowledge of the situation. It is seen as preferential treatment with the potential of the woman, mother or other employees who know to have leverage over the manager for plumb assignments, raises, promotion, bonuses.

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