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Clarity Clarity is offline
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She is attempting to undermine you.
Old 06-16-2019, 11:19 AM
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If she had an issue with your being forgetful, she should have mentioned it to you first.

I would go to the meeting with an attorney and threaten to sue her, but that's just me.

The first thing you need to ask her for at the beginning of the meeting is a specific LIST, including TIME, PLACE, FORM, and EVENT for EVERY instance she is reporting. Not just a "she is forgetting things" or "She is nonresponsive." Those are dog whistles and the way nasty people start rumors.

Not responding to emails could be a function of being too busy or not thinking an email needed a response. Accidentally posting something on the wrong page? What is she, an idiot? Who hasn't done that?

Do NOT let her run the meeting. Take an advocate, a union rep, or an attorney. Not kidding. She is your enemy now. Treat her as such. Do not defend. Attack her lack of specifics.
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