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Can a manager say "I work above you, if you don't like it you know what to do"?

A:  If you don''t like the way your supervisor is treating you, you know what to do. He is not firing you, just letting you know he is your boss, and if you don''t like him being your boss, you can find a new job. Nothing illegal about that anywhere. *EDIT* - From what you have told us, it sounds more like "micro-management" than harassment to me. If you think it''s harassment, talk to a lawyer. They would be in a better position to hear more details of your case, and can advise you a lot better than someone answering a question on Yahoo. uh...what part of if you don''t like it you can leave would be illegal? I''d quit wasting time on this and get better at what I''m doing or job hunt. One statement won''t rise to the level of harassment. Sounds like sour...

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How to tell if your neighbors are dealing drugs, and what to do about it

A:  1 of 22 by Cinda Smaagaard ''Love thy neighbor,'' the Bible tells us, but drug-dealing neighbors are a threat to the health and safety of everyone. The problem lies not with the neighborhood kids who want to get high, but those who sell their souls, their read more 2 of 22 by Daniel Malik I live on a dead end street, and there is a drug dealer living at the end of the road. The young man and his girlfriend have two very young children, get new vehicles every few months, and live in a two-story house. The reason read more GA_googleFillSlotWithSize(HELAD_publishercode, ''ArticleListATF1Middle468x60'', 468, 60); 3 of 22 by Ken Smauthi TOP TEN WAYS TO TELL IF YOU HAVE A DRUG DEALER FOR A NEIGHBOR 10.

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5 Essential Tips - What to Do When a Debt Collector Calls

A:  With high unemployment rates and unprecedented indebtedness, an increasing number of Americans are finding that they''re on the receiving end of debt collection calls. And, because debt collectors are having a difficult time meeting their quotas, an increasing number are resorting to hardball tactics that put fear into the hearts of consumers. If you''ve been receiving debt collector calls, you may not know what to do or where to turn. If that''s the case, you''re not alone. Here are five tips to help you survive the experience. 1. Answer the phone. It''s very tempting to proverbially bury your head in the sand when you get behind on your bills. In fact, it''s human nature. But as much as you might want to avoid this unpleasant experience, you should answer the phone when a debt collector...

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What to Do During and After a Car Accident

A:  Accidents will happen. Nobody wants to cause an accident, but everyone has their time, well not everyone, but most of us. Preparing for the unknown can be very helpful so you know what to do after an accident both physically, then financially. If there are injuries in an accident call 911 immediately, you don''t want to risk anything. Never leave the scene of the accident. If there are no injuries, exchange insurance information, and take pictures (license plate). Call the police. A policeman in the report will also help to make sure you have the correct information. If you can have the police officer take the photos, but make sure you are getting everything your insurance may need. You want to get the names and telephone numbers of all witnesses of the accident. Witnesses can confirm the...

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Know What to Do When Pulled Over

A:  Uh oh! You''ve just been pulled over, you see the intimidating red and blue lights flashing behind you and your heart begins to pound, and your nerves start acting up. Even for the most law abiding, vigilant driver getting pulled over can be a very stressful event. Hopefully we can help you out with this article so you can avoid getting a serious infraction, hopefully getting an officer to get you off with a warning. So You''ve Been Pulled over. Now what? Getting pulled over doesn''t have to be a extremely distressing experience, if you''ve been driving over the speed limit, your registration has been expired or even if you''ve had a few too many beers at your local dive and you got behind the wheel, there are several things you can do to avoid getting a charge, or...

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Fiance(e) visa? What to do if we don't get married?

A:  wow these guy have alot of info... if there is doubt bout whether you may or may not get married then i''d say you need to get that figured out first. but the rest of the stuff up here is accurate You have 90 days, as I understand it, from the date the visa is issued to get married. Also if my understanding is correct, you have 30 days after your ceremony to notify the US government that it has taken place. If you choose not marry in that time or not notify the US government in the time mentioned your visa will expire. This means you will be expected, by the US government, to return to the UK and if you do not you will be in the country illegally. if you 2 just became engaged? that is the phase before marriage,or at least of what i remember ? so? do not ask for a...

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What to do in a car crash?

A:  General rules in the UK: - Do not admit to it being your fault on the scene, even if it was, it really pisses the insurance companies off (you don''t have to deny it, just don''t admit it). - Call the police, especially if on a fast moving road. A police officer is a good person to help you sort it out anyway. - Call the ambulance if anyone is hurt (and fire brigade if they are trapped) You should be able to just dial 999 and say that there is a traffic accident, they will ask for all the info they need. - Collect the details from the other driver and witnesses. - Take photos of all damage caused, the road layout etc. (it helps when filing the report). You should contact your insurance company in advance to find out exactly what details you need

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What to do if I ran over a cat while driving?

A:  keep driving....and pat yourself on the back If it has a collar and tags, then notify the owner or local animal shelter for help. No collar or tags, keep driving. keep going. Well if you hit a cat. what your suposed to do by law is im pretty sure try to find the owner (if you are near houses go to a few of them and ask them if they own a ____ colored cat) and if they do then you tell them what happened, and if their are no houses around what you do is get the F**K OUT OF THERE you try finding its owners... if alive.. take it to vets ... if dead then burry it.. dont js drive away thats crazy.. how would u feel if someone close to you got hit by a car and couldnt help themselfs.......

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what options do I have if I''m presented with a severance package?

A:  What you are entitled to depends on many factors, such as age, years of service with the employer, the type of position you hold, etc. Without further information, it is impossible to assess what you should be looking at in terms of severance. You might also have a written contract that stipulates what your severance should be. Without a sound idea of what you are entitled to, you will have a difficult time negotiating. What you do have in your favour is that when an employer fires you without cause, the employer must pay you at least the minimum under the Employment Standards Act, and likely more if you have no contract that limits your entitlement to the minimum. You cannot sign away your rights to the minimum, and just because you don''t ''sign the paper'' does not mean that you are no...

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What to do When the Father Indicated on a Birth Certificate isn’t the Biological Father

A:  “My husband and I live in Louisiana. Our marriage is his 2nd marriage. In his 1st marriage, his estranged wife became pregnant during a time when they had been separated on and off. They reunited right before the birth of a second child in 1995. (They already had one child together who was born in 1994.) Within a couple of months, they separated again because the wife said that the second child was for another man. They eventually divorced. The divorce decree states that my husband is not the biological father of the second child, only the first child. He has no contact with and has never supported the second child. The ex-wife married the second child’s alleged father, and he raises this child as his own. (They may be divorced at this point. We are not sure of the current...