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    A very good male friend and I used to work at the same workplace with another woman. A few months ago this woman told me to join her new company as we had all been made redundant. I got a job there a few months after her but she failed to tell me how horrendous the place was with extreme monitoring of toilet breaks, phone calls and bullying etc. As a result I left as I was getting anxiety attacks and ill health.

    Recently my friend saw this woman which she asked about me and he told her that I was not happy that she failed to disclose how bad the workplace was. He said she seemed embarrassed and made excuses that she told me how bad it was but she couldn't 'find' the alleged texts she said she had sent me. I am still not sure why she was never honest enough to tell me the truth. I feel very annoyed he told her this as it was meant to be private but he said he felt that she needed to be put her in place and not have allowed me to go through this as her actions are not what a friend would do. I don't know what to do now if I see her. Should I deny it?
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    A very good male friend and I used to work at the same workplace with another woman. A few months ago this woman told me to join her new company as we had all been made redundant. I got a job there a few months after her but she failed to tell me how horrendous the place was with extreme monitoring of toilet breaks, phone calls and bullying etc. As a result I left as I was getting anxiety attacks and ill health.

    Recently my friend saw this woman which she asked about me and he told her that I was not happy that she failed to disclose how bad the workplace was. He said she seemed embarrassed and made excuses that she told me how bad it was but she couldn't 'find' the alleged texts she said she had sent me. I am still not sure why she was never honest enough to tell me the truth. I feel very annoyed he told her this as it was meant to be private but he said he felt that she needed to be put her in place and not have allowed me to go through this as her actions are not what a friend would do. I don't know what to do now if I see her. Should I deny it?
    No, tell her she's disgusting


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    Nah don't try and hide it, but don't attack her either. Did you speak to her about the conditions while you were working there ? If you did then you have nothing to be worried about.
 
 
 
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