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Curiously Curious thanked mary adam's answer

No don't confront the lady you will only give her more reasons to complain. The problem lies with your boss since they are firing you despite you having a witness. Try looking into unfair dismissal.

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Curiously Curious thanked Tom Jackson's answer

File for unemployment.  You were fired apparently through no fault of your own.

If you get approved for unemployment, get a consult with a lawyer to find out what your options might be.

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Curiously Curious commented on mary adam's answer
I did, well when I called corporate they said that they had a different version of the event that says I acted unprofessional. I told them that wasn't true and I had a witness. I was told it didn't matter and that apparently my manager thought otherwise.
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Curiously Curious thanked mary adam's answer

No don't confront the lady you will only give her more reasons to complain. The problem lies with your boss since they are firing you despite you having a witness. Try looking into unfair dismissal.

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Curiously Curious answered YoWanna Cook's question

So happy for you and your daughter!  Nervous for you at the same time. My children are still young but I dread the day they're old enough to start driving. I see me trying to wrap their car in bubble wrap or something. Lol

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I have heard of people being on that medicine for many years. Mostly due to the risk of them relapsing. That is depending on how bad the addiction was and how long they were addicted. Some doctors say it's something you could be on for the rest of your life.  There is a different type … Read more

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Curiously Curious voted up PJ Stein's answer

No. The woman obviously has it out for you and unless harassment charges on your record, I would walk away. There isn't anything you can do at this point. Just go look for another job and move on.

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Curiously Curious thanked PJ Stein's answer

No. The woman obviously has it out for you and unless harassment charges on your record, I would walk away. There isn't anything you can do at this point. Just go look for another job and move on.