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Has Your Bully Boss Said Anything This Stupid?

Sometimes the stupid stuff your boss says is SO overwhelmingly stupid, that it’s funny. And because being someone who is fighting back against harassment and bullies is stressful, I wanted to give you something to help you laugh a bit.

I’m generally a serious guy, but sometimes you just need to laugh, you know? So, I hope this can put a smile on your face and give you the brief mental break that you need and deserve.

So here’s the list of 32 dumb things managers say included.

1. “Am I the only one around here with half a brain?!”

2. “I know my plan won’t work, but don’t disagree with me in front of others.”

3. “I only say those things to look tough. I’m reshaping my image for advancement.”

4. “I tried to e-mail you to tell you that my e-mail wasn’t working, but my e-mail wasn’t working.”

5. “If you are on schedule, then your plan was not aggressive enough. If you are behind schedule, you must be goofing off.”

6. You don’t want a union! I know I don’t pay you much per hour, but I give you lots of hours. If you want more money, just work more hours! A union will take that flexibility from you.”

7. “I’m sorry if I ever gave you the impression your input would have any effect on my final decision.”

8. “We’ve experienced dramatic increases in our long distance bills. In the future, please exercise restraint concerning long distance phone calls, faxes and emails.”

9. “I’ve noticed that our ‘cost of goods sold’ rise whenever we experience greater sales. What can we do to reverse this trend?”

10. “What this department lacks is leadership.”

11. “Don’t worry, give it a try. You have nothing to fear but failure, demotion and termination.”

12. “I’m getting a new company car new week. Please call the dealer and ask him to delay the delivery until after Wednesday’s layoffs. I want to appear sensitive.”

13. “Your report shows that 65% of our customers live outside the Unites States. Well, where are the rest of our customers? Pay attention to these details in the future.”

14. “This marketing campaign will have a worldwide focus.”

15. “Bonuses in my department are rewarded to team players who have demonstrated an appreciation for my leadership.”

16. “I don’t want to force this decision on you. It would be much easier if you just agree.”

17. “I’ve already made up my mind, but I am eager to hear everything you have to say on the matter.”

18. “Next time, if you leave me an important voice mail message, do the right thing, call me and let me know it’s there.”

19. “Fairness is applied evenly, according to my rules.”

20. “I know there is a communication problem in my department. I just don’t want to talk about it.”

21. “We have too many unproductive meetings. Please put aside next Wednesday to attend an all-employee staff meeting to discuss this issue.”

22. “I know what the research reports says, but I have to go with my gut on this one.”

23. “I don’t like to micro-manage, but I need to know everything that’s going on.”

24. “Okay you bunch of cry babies, what’s this I hear about bad employer-employee relations?”

25. “I know that I am great leader. This department, however, needs help learning to follow.”

26. “Just because you’re right more often than me, doesn’t mean you’ll be a better manager.”

27. “We do things democratically in my department…and I’m the ruler.”

28. “Whenever you have an idea, discuss it with me first, and if I feel it is a good idea, I’ll tell the others. You must learn to let me get credit for your good ideas. That’s what team work is all about.”

29. “If it wasn’t for you, I’d be the shining star in this department.”

30. “I think you prefer your idea JUST because it’s better than mine.”

31. “I threw your suggestion away. Only managers can make suggestions.”

32. “It has come to may attention that your salary is well below the industry average. Therefore I am changing your title.”

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  1. My last place of employment lasted only 2 months. I worked for the most arrogant dentist and I have worked with many dentist in my field as a dental assistant. He literally ridiculed me in front of a patient once when I suggested a product I used at one time in another office while he was using something similar but,it wasn’t quite working out for him. That is when I suggested this product for him to consider trying. He said sarcastically,”Yea, it sounds like something you used maybe in another century!” He blatantly made fun of patients’ clothing directly to the patients’ face and I could see the patient just slowly sinking into the dental chair. If I asked him a question or would relate a story to him about a past experience, he would immediately dismiss it or reply with a cocky remark and by the time he was finished saying what he had to say to me, all I could do was walk away from him speechless. He made fun of my eyesight being poor, made fun of my not moving fast enough for him, and sometimes dared me to touch any hand-pieces because knowing me, I would just break it! I couldn’t take much more from him when I found out that all the other employees were invited to his home for Thanksgiving and I was not. He took the staff out to lunch one day and if one of the ladies hadn’t invited me, I wouldn’t have known about the lunch invitation. However, I couldn’t go anyway because I had to stay and sterilize instruments for our next patient. So, off they all went and no one offered to stay and help so I could join them. On another occasion, we had a patient bring us a King cake and at lunch time we were all in the kitchen. This doctor went around to everyone and asked if they wanted a slice of cake, cut all a piece of cake, and then closed and taped the box and sat with the others while enjoying his cake!!!! Never asked me if I wanted a piece or anything and trust me it didn’t phase him in the least. I finally confronted him before my three month probation period ended and asked if he wanted me here as an employee or not? I needed to know so I could start looking for another job.He didn’t hesitate to answer and said that he didn’t think I was the type of assistant he was looking for for his busy practice. I just don’t think it will work out and said that he was probably going to let me go. Fair enough I said and left. When trying to apply for unemployment, my claims were denied because he reported that I quit. I am without a job and no money and really freaking out because I haven’t been able to find a job for 8 months now. Eight months, and no income because he said that I quit!!!! I am so angry and I have tried explaining to the Claims Unit by writing a statement explaining what happened, but still denying my claims. I am at the end of my rope as they say and desperate for help!! He has beaten me down…I welcome any advice…Thanks..

  2. Mommeko,

    You need to file a formal appeal for unemployment benefits, if there is still time. Don’t just write a letter or try to call explain to someone on the phone. You need to file a formal appeal of the Unemployment Department’s denial of your claim. I have a video on this, too.

    Also, if the Dentist is giving you bad references, I have a video on how to deal with that too.

    I hope the videos can help you out, because you have certainly been through a lot. No one, including you, should be treated this way at work — made fun of in front of patients and co-workers. You deserve better!

    -Curt

  3. The stupidest manager remark I’ve ever heard was about 20 years ago when I worked for a state probation and parole office: “Your performance is exceptional but that is seen as a negative influence on the clerical pool because you are making everyone else look bad.”

    She even wrote that as a comment in my formal appraisal. Can you imagine?

  4. Kathy, You ex-manager’s remark is truly stupid and short sighted; essentially she was punishing the high performing employee (you) for making it more obvious that poor performing employees were, in fact, poor performing employees.

    I hope you have had better experiences since that time!

    -Curt

  5. Oh, it’s like night and day… Of course, the “night” continued for a long time, both at that state office and then a federal office for several years. The dysfunctionality of the federal office was much more hostile and management was so abusive to the line workers that several formal complaints and eventually lawsuits were filed. An opportunity came my way over 15 years ago to escape that trap and re-enter the private sector. My performing exceptionally in the private sector is apparently recognized and appreciated, and I have reaped many rewards in the last several years. I hope Mommeko keeps the faith and realizes there is always a light at the end of the tunnel – we just have to keep striving to find the right place.

  6. countrygirl says:

    I have a huge problem at my job. I am a manager and oversee compliance with several state and federal agencies relating to compliance and regulations in the transportation industry, which is DOT, FMCSA, OSHA, EPA, DNR. I handle all of the hiring of truck drivers and ensure that compliance is being met with each and every driver, which is over 100. This is a huge task that I have done on my own for several years and finally had to break down and hire an assistant, as my work load is ever increasing.
    The bosses daughter was hired to work in our office a little over 3 years ago. Since her beginning date of employment she hasn’t been able to keep a work schedule, due to one problem or another. Most people even with a c-section get 6 weeks off work, she had to have 3 months. Then another surgery, which was for hernias, another 3 months. She needed a title, so she was given the “office manager” position. She has not been to work more than a few hours in the last 5 quickly approaching 6 months, as she has too many issues, apparently to get herself to work.
    I have worked at this company for 13 years and things have always been out of control, but they are getting worse the crazier she gets. The only way that she can communicate is through email and then if you respond she forwards your emails to other people in the office who are not managers or bosses of anyone in the office and then makes lewd comments and awaits lewd and inappropriate comments from the other party(ies).
    The thing that allows these people to feed off of each other is that they are all addicts. She takes in excess of 100 Oxycodone per week for “pain management”, her personal assistant is an alcoholic and drug addict, her sister who was hired in Janauary is also a boozer, and the dispatcher is a drug addict and alcoholic, and has been in rehab since he has been employed and has been caught on more than one occassion doing pills and/or booze on the job.
    These people are out of their minds. Do I have any recourse, when I have complained to her dad on multiple occassions that she is stressing me out and that I could be far more productive if I didn’t have to spend half of my time wasting it on ignorant and trivial bs that is a big game to her?
    I also should mention that she has given herself and her sister a raise in the last year, I haven’t had one in 5 years.

  7. kris182_2000 says:

    My issue is not really about what is said that’s stupid, but rather what’s said that’s humiliating.

    I’ve been working for the same person for 4 years. She recently hired a guy to work with us so we could expand the business.

    He constantly harasses both of us, but me more. He ridicules me, humiliates me, and insults me. It’s no wonder my husband calls him an a$$hole.

    The problem is that I’m a sub contractor, and I don’t have many rights at the moment.

    This guy is a complete jerk. He called someone a fat f*ck over the phone tonight.

    He complained that I shouldn’t be driving because I’m no good at it. It was extremely windy and raining hard and I really didn’t feel safe being out there in it. I’ve been driving for 6 years, vs his 0 years of driving.

    He threatened to have me replaced even though he has no say in the matter, I am NOT employed by him.

    He feels empowered by what he says to us because my boss and I are both women. He thinks I shouldn’t be working for her, yet she’s fine with me, hence the reason I’ve been with her for 4 years.

    I’d love to tell this guy to f*ck off, I really would.

  8. Countrygirl, You have ways to fight back, but not by claiming that someone (the boss’s daughter) “stresses you out”. Stress is not illegal in the workplace, so bosses and co-workers can stress you out all they want and there is nothing illegal about it.

    Instead, you need to find a way to put yourself into a protected class. I have done legal work for a trucking company before, and I know how regulated the industry is. If you “blow the whistle” on some regulation that the company is violating, then you will be legally protected. But be careful, this can backfire if you don’t do it right. I explain it all in my book, Work Laws Exposed”, which you can get here: http://www.undercoverlawyer.com/store-page

    I hope this much helps and that you will invest in your self and your career by learning what your workplace rights are and how to use them effectively.

    My very best to you in what sounds like a difficult journey,

    Curt

  9. Kris 182:
    Because you are an independent contractor, you should feel more bold about speaking up to this A-Hole, not less bold. For starters, though, have you discussed this jerk with the other woman he harasses? She’s the one that hired him, right? Tell her that you feel his language and attitude are demeaning and belittling to women. If she agrees, then try to convince her that this chap should not be kept past his probationary period. She should tell him that “it’s not working out” and end the relationship sooner, rather than dealing with a discrimination claim caused by him later.

    If for some reason you absolutely cannot talk with the other woman you work with, then tell the A-hole that if he F*cks with your job you will sue him for “intentional interference with economic relations”. This only works because you are an independent contractor. That cause of action would not fit if you and the a-hole were both employees.

    Curt

  10. Hardworking Girl says:

    My current employer has demoted me 2 levels below my previous position and are planning to cut my salary by $13,000/yr to the starting salary for the position I was demoted to; however I have been with the company almost 5 years. I have spoken to everyone in the chain of command all the way up to the CEO. The decision has basically rested with regional vp, who has a my way or the highway type of attitude. The reasons for my demotion have changed depending on who I was speaking to. My original conversation with my immediate supervisor was lack of training and demotion to an assistant director. Then during my conversation with the regional vp, she stated other concerns that still can be classified as lack of training but wants to make me an office assistant. Then the CEO, after stating he was aware of the situation at a high level, heard my side of the story and responded with “he doesn’t have enough details to give me a response??” Go figure! I believe this is all stemming from a situation involving a grant program that the child care center of which I was the director, was enrolled in. There were some staffing and state compliance issues that the center was experiencing for several months and everything was reported to my immediate supervisor. She did nothing! Then when the grant agency decided enough was enough, and to report the center to the state, everyone was all in an up roar but all the heat came down on my head. And now I am being demoted to a position that I will not likely get the training that I “allegedly” need! I was told I could either take the position at that pay or resign and they would not fight my unemployment. What a slap in the face after almost 5 years of nothing but hard work and dedication!

  11. I am just bawling right now…I feel like I am not being treated fair at my work place. They said that I called in a lot on my weekends when I had to work. I said, but some of those days I requested them off way in advance. And some weekend, I did call in because my kids are sick or I can’t find a babysitter.
    Well, the place has a poor attendances record for everyone there, but nothing gets done about the other staff. The other staff doesn’t have to make up weekends lost or get suspended. I just got a call from the Director today and she suspended me for one day. Also, she insulted me that I am a subordinate person who can lose my job at anytime for things that are not directed to everyone, but me. How can this possibly work? Threaten me that I either get suspended or lose my job. She knows my weak point and uses it against me. She know I really need to work there and thinks she can do what she wants because I will still work for her. I feel that this is not fair to me because others don’t get suspended or pick up weekends when they called in.
    Are there any way you can help me? I just want to press charges or something because this is not the only time that happened to me. A couple of year ago, I called in on one weekend and got suspended for 3 days and was made to work the following weekend. If they do this to me, it should apply to everyone at work also. It should not matter if it’s their first or fifth time calling in to work.
    I hope you can help me out on this or direct me to a person who can. I cannot be treated like this every time.

  12. I am just bawling right now…I feel like I am not being treated fair at my work place. They said that I called in a lot on my weekends when I had to work. I said, but some of those days I requested them off way in advance. And some weekend, I did call in because my kids are sick or I can’t find a babysitter.
    Well, the place has a poor attendances record for everyone there, but nothing gets done about the other staff. The other staff doesn’t have to make up weekends lost or get suspended. I just got a call from the Director today and she suspended me for one day. Also, she insulted me that I am a subordinate person who can lose my job at anytime for things that are not directed to everyone, but me. How can this possibly work? Threaten me that I either get suspended or lose my job. She knows my weak point and uses it against me. She know I really need to work there and thinks she can do what she wants because I will still work for her. I feel that this is not fair to me because others don’t get suspended or pick up weekends when they called in.
    Are there any way you can help me? I just want to press charges or something because this is not the only time that happened to me. A couple of year ago, I called in on one weekend and got suspended for 3 days and was made to work the following weekend. If they do this to me, it should apply to everyone at work also. It should not matter if it’s their first or fifth time calling in to work.
    I hope you can help me out on this or direct me to a person who can. I cannot be treated like this every time.

  13. MalaMoragain says:

    OK, I am having serious issues with my co-workers. Of course, every workplace has their version of telephone, where you can say something completely nonchalant and minor, then suddenly, it gets around and it’s completely blown out of proportion. So, my issue is, a co-worker started harassing me on my cell during work over some thing that was completely not what I said. Rather than ask me to come speak with her about what she heard, or follow proper procedure by bringing her problem to a manager for mediation or to be formally reported, she resorted to harassing me via cell phones for over 6 hours. Whats worse is, she got a fellow employee to jump on her bandwagon. So for a full afternoon and evening, I had to shut off my cell and block both their cell # through my service provided because they would not stop and their accusations were ridiculous. I brought the issue to my manager and requested a formal complaint be made to HR. He refused to do and “tried” to mediate with me and the other employees in separate mediation sessions. In each session, the other co-worker refused to listen to the issue and walked out of mediation. My manager REFUSED openly to bring it to HR’s attention. What’s worse is, I was supposed to be laid off. However, I was told by my manager that he would note my ROE as “quit” if I did not cover a different co-workers vacation time until mid-February. If I helped him out and covered the shifts until my coworker returned, he “claims” he will mark me as Laid off instead of quit. So, I am now working under diress in a hostile work environment that my manager is incapable of dealing with. Also, I have heard he has used this line of “laying people off” only to mark them as quit once he has gotten time out of people so he won’t have to cover shifts. So, if I get an ROE that says I quit, and I’ve put myself in a horrible position of “helping” him when he has no concern of making the working conditions livable, what do I do? Will I be able to get unemployment? I am very angry and considering leaving the company right away and contacting the labor board and the corporate HR (which, mind you, I should note, our Corporate HR is in Ohio, while my branch is in Amherst, NY, with no HR person set in place in our area). Any advice you could offer would be greatly appreciated!!!

  14. I have a quick question my mother was recently diagnosed with stage 3 uterine cancer and she is undergoing chemo and radiation,my job seemed to be OK with everything and said don’t worry about just let us know what days and when you need off. which her appointments didn’t really interfere with work until this last week they called me on a Wednesday to tell me I had to bring her to the hospital which is an hr away and i told them that Wednesday and I told them again on Thursday and everything went bad the owner comes out of the back starts yelling at me is in my face calling me stupid and swearing at me which is nothing new cause they do that a lot but this time he was really mad he swore at me in Vietnamese which is their language and told me I better be at work and i told him that their was somebody their that could cover me and he started calling him stupid and saying we were no good. I quit my job and was wondering am I even allowed to file unemployment for any of those reasons?

  15. I have a quick question don’t know if you can help me. My mother was recently diagnosed with stage 3 uterine cancer and she is undergoing chemo and radiation,my job seemed to be OK with everything and said don’t worry about just let us know what days and when you need off. which her appointments didn’t really interfere with work until this last week they called me on a Wednesday to tell me I had to bring her to the hospital which is an hr away and i told them that Wednesday and I told them again on Thursday and everything went bad the owner comes out of the back starts yelling at me is in my face calling me stupid and swearing at me which is nothing new cause they do that a lot but this time he was really mad he swore at me in Vietnamese which is their language and told me I better be at work and i told him that their was somebody their that could cover me and he started calling him stupid and saying we were no good. I quit my job and was wondering am I even allowed to file unemployment for any of those reasons?

  16. educator31 says:

    I was scared to go to HR, having worked in Operations for another business in the past. I was aware of the power I was giving when “laying my cards on the table”. However, I have never been in this predicament that I am in now. I work in a troubled school district for a privatized firm. My boss sees me maybe once a month because she has more than 8 school districts to manage. Lately I have been seeing her more. About a month ago she came to me and told me that employees in the school were complaining that I wrote something personal about one of them in my reports and that my reports should only pertain to the student they written for. I assured her that I did not write anything about anyone except that student and that I would never say anything bad about anyone or write about anyone else in my report. She said she did not read my reports, and that she just “forwards them to the Dept of Ed”. I asked her to read them so I emailed them to her and got no response. About two weeks later, a teacher I work with told me she couldn’t trust me and didn’t feel comfortable working with me because my boss told her I wrote something in my report about her. I later told her I would call my boss to find out what was going on and asked her exactly what happened. She then changed her story and said it wasn’t my boss who told her. When I called my boss to tell her what happened, she stopped me and told me to drop it. She said the whole situation had “died” at the administrative level, and that she hadn’t heard anything about it since. She said if I just kept quiet it would go away. She said if I didn’t let it go she would fire me on the spot. Then two weeks later she had us in for a board meeting. She told everyone in the room that if they didn’t like her to keep it to themselves. She said that she didn’t want any of us to talk about her to each other or anyone else because she considers herself a good boss. She asked me to stay after the meeting, took me in the hall and said I was a busy body who talked too much, and that she was talking about me in the meeting. She said I told someone I don’t know that I don’t like our boss and she said I frightened the girl. I had no idea what she was talking about. She said she didn’t want anyone to know about our conversation and if I told anyone we talked, that I would be fired. She said I should never talk about our company to anyone ever again and that she didn’t even want me to say our company name. She said if I did she’d fire me on the spot. We had a week off after that day and when we came back, she came to visit me at work our second day back. I was the first of my colleagues that she visited. She said she heard that I talked about it. She would have to think about what to do with me and decide if I would be fired on Friday. She also said she would have to speak with the head of administration for our department. She said she would let me know her decision on Friday. She also called me “full of drama”. In my head I was thinking, I don’t talk much, if you asked my friends they would call me mousey, so none of this drama would be going on if it wasn’t for her. That day when I got home I called HR. I let HR know what was happening and they assured me that they were unaware of any of this, that my boss had not told him anything, and assured me I would not be fired on Friday because the boss couldn’t do that without letting HR know. He said he hadn’t heard anything from the District or its Administration. He told me I would hear from him by Friday, but that he also wanted to hear from a friend of mine who also works for the company and witnessed one of my conversations with our boss, and wanted to talk to my boss. Friday came and went, and my friend procrastinated about calling HR until after the Friday workday was over. He did this on purpose. I am still awaiting a response from HR. However, I am aware of what HR can do having been on that side of the table and I am wondering if I can sue for Defamation of Character or what my next step should be? Will I get to keep my job?

  17. twill2118 says:

    I want to know what to do , and how to go about doing it When my supervisor is bias , prejudice against me, has put me down when me and her as a nurse, then in front my our VP . She just praised me, I could have thrown up. I mean just two weeks before she ran me in the ground. I am so tired of how they treat me, one other employee is with the labor board now going against them. But when I emailed them on some of the events was told was no case for prejudice. So what do I do now, it is harrassment, bully, hostile. I have lost eleven pounds since Jan 30th this year due to the stress at this job. The VP walks around and around in my work area and the min. he sees I am off the phone or we are done with patients I can always tell when he is going to ask me to come to the office with him and my supervisor, cause he does that. It is almost every week now. They want to try to get on me for any and every stupid thing and well for what he has to say guess what it is something every one if office does and has done way more and is not out of policy. But I am the one who gets called in and something said to, not anyone else. Not in a email to address everyone or a meeting. Just me. Cause when i bring the fact up well I have done what I see of theirs and well Yeah they have been here longer, no one has said anything so of course I would think and feel it is ok. Then my supervisor tells me no no they have nothing to do with this. this has been going on for months and I am in a at will state, previously instead of them firing another nurse. They waited put her with me and my doctor and well told me praise her on her job and doing, trying retrain her????? And well just try to deal with her. Due to her and the provider shewas hired for had falling out and that provider disapproved of everything this nurse did. well it did not last long she was there maybe a week or two after they put her on our side. then this nurse comes to me out side of there and says I am the reason they told her that she lost her job ……. This woman has no reason to lie. She that nurse sent a patient in there to lie on me, I know it but again the powers that be never told me what it was all about either.

  18. wla1123 says:

    I transferred to a new office because of the distance I was driving and wanted to be closer to home. I work as a professional counselor in a state agency. My former office was ideal. We were treated with respect and I always received high performance ratings due to the fact that I successfully performed my duties. My new manager is a younger man who came from my former office. At my interview he informed me he was reducing my telework days to one that he does not believe in telework. I agreed to that but it was only the beginning. I have learned what it is to be micro managed by someone who is not capable of performing his job without his assistant. She does most of his work and puts ideas in his head. I knew she did not like me because most of the other staff does. This has now become personal because after one year, this is the worst job I have ever had. I used to love my job. I help people with disabilities become gainfully employed by removing or reducing their impediment to employment. I change people’s lives. Now I need an intervention! I have been picked on, harassed and he even tried to make a fool out of me in front of the whole office. He tracks my time and wants to know my whereabouts. I am a professional counselor and I am running out of ways to cope. I have a headache just thinking about going to work and though it has not affected the way I perform my duties yet, I know that in time it will. He is looking for something to get me fired, but cannot find anything. I was number one at my former office for the three years I was there. My first few months in that office, I became number one as well. But I must admit this program year has been hard. I made my numbers early and now have exceeded them. Did I get a thank you, told I did a good job? No he did not even acknowledge me. My work ethic has not changed. I am 58 and was looking forward to retiring from this job but I have not worked for the state but five years. I need to be 60 and still will not get full retirement until I work 10 years. My husband is already retired and our income has reduced. I moved around a lot and now need to stay put, but with this problem in my office I am at my wits end to find a solution to it. I have been trying to transfer to other agencies, but no luck as I have reached the top of my salary and level. I have achieved most of my goals except becoming licensed. This is pushing me to the wall to return to school or study to take the exam. But with the stress I am enduring, I find it hard to pick up my book. I dread going to work daily not knowing what I am going to face. Should I file a harassment grievance with HR? I already have an appointment with a therapist. I just do not know what to do. But I am not going to let him push me out.

  19. WLA1123,

    First, let me say that you do the Lord’s work. I have a disabled son, and anyone who helps the least fortunate get on their feet and live with dignity is an angel, at least from my perspective.

    Second, my heart aches for you in dealing with this younger boss who has turned a job you loved into a nightmare. How awful!

    Keep your appointment with your therapist. Regarding HR, don’t count on them to help you at all. Chances are they will just side with your boss — realize that is what HR is paid to do: defend the company.

    Instead, I recommend you learn about your legal rights, specifically what protected classes make you special, then use them. I think my book is a great place to start, but our free forum is good too.

    The links for both are at the top of this page

    Curt

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