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High level managers dealing coke in work place creating hell in employees life , any options

1 Answers. Asked on May 02nd, 2017 on Civil Rights - New Jersey
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At a car dealership the business manager is dealing coke to employees, for me this quickly turned my life in too a nightmare that almost caused me to lose my marriage and kids, I did end up leaving work, it was well known I was going thru hell but was simply a joke
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Answered on May 03rd, 2017 at 6:49 PM

The key is your reporting the issue to your employer. The employer must have the opportunity to address the problem. What did you tell the employer ? Ed Dimon 

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