I have a problem with my co-workers, and my supervisor gossiping about me, because of my wife is contributing to them. They talk around me, but not directly to me. This has been a on going problem between me and my wife, because she lied to me repeatly, and everything's pointing towards her, and she's denying it.
1 Answer from Attorneys
You haven't stated anything that relates remotely to a problem the law recognizes.
If you are having problems with your supervisor, you may want to ask for a transfer.
If there is an HR Department, ask for guidance there. Of course, your final choice would be to find another job.
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