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A co-worker's problems
January 29, 2011
9:08 am
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freeme
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I swear I work with someone who has some sort of a disruptive behavior.  He is constantly acting out and getting angry - and it's every day.  I really do not feel safe working with him when there are not others around.  I think he needs some help!

January 29, 2011
11:11 am
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If I were in your shoes I would ask to speak to your supervisor discreetly and let her know how you feel. If you don't feel safe you need to let someone in authority know. She may be able to talk to him and find out what is going on and suggest he see someone.

January 29, 2011
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That is a great idea, I know my supervisor sees this erractic behavior too.  I think it's time someone did something though.  Perhaps I will go to the Human Resources department and have a chat with them.  I just don't want the co-worker to find out I did.

January 30, 2011
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You know they will probably find out who you are anyway-right? I have never been able to go to my Human Resources Department yet without the person I discussed knowing everything about it. I may just be in a unique position but it has happened.

January 30, 2011
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Is there a way that you can change offices or move to a different area? If not, I would definitely talk to your supervisor or HR like others mentioned. Your co-worker will probably find out who mentioned it, unless there are others around that have noticed the behavior as well. If you don't feel safe, please do something about it!

December 5, 2013
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There is a great need to inform the administrator of your company, shop or office to let them noticed what's going on. You must be sensitive of the words you speak during this communication. This is a very serious issue that you cannot deal in a straightforward approach. 

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