This is NOT about me, by the way. 😂
What would you do if your boss was accusing you of messing around with their spouse?
This is NOT about me, by the way. 😂
It could be that
1. the boss is crazy/paranoid suspicious when nothing is actually happening, or
2. the boss's wife is having an affair with someone else and it is a case of mistaken identity.
In ether event, the employment future looks rather bleak. If it is a large company and you can go to the HR department with a complaint, maybe you can get transferred to a department where the former boss can't touch you. If it's a small company. . . you're screwed.
Probably need to start looking for a new job.
Yes, I read that. My advice is directed to whoever has the lead role in this drama.
I’d quit if they start to harass me. Then on my way out the door, i’d say “I oughta give his ass some since you think he wants this pussi so badly!… but i ain't no adulterer… hoe!!” ✌️
Lmao id remind him that I'm not into 53 year old women with 3 kids.
Id schedule a chat with HR if the company has, keeping in mind that even if you did sleep with the bosses wife (assuming it was done off shift) your not in the wrong here. Morally maybe, but not legally. Work is work and personal life is personal life. What and who you do when off work is your choice and for yoyr boss to even bring up yoyr sex life to you is highly unprofessional, and also reason for possible termination on grounds of sexual harrasment in the workplace if not also a lawsuit against said workplace for sexual harrasment.
Id recommend recording all digital conversations
with your boss, contacting HR and also verbally reminding him to digitize conversations you have to have i. e email or call/text instead of verbally talking, for the purpose of legal records to show to HR in the case of further conflict.
That would be a really strange and toxic dynamic. It seems to me that if the boss was so out of line to accuse me of that that they'd probably look for a pretext to fire me. But if they didn't do that it would be very difficult to continue working there. Sometimes though bosses themselves have bosses and possibly there might be an option of appealing to that person to try to stop the harassment. And that's exactly what that situation would be if the boss was wrongly accusing me of messing with his wife.
this is something I learned very early... around age 19 or so
the moment that someone starts some shit at the workplace, I call lawyers and I get the law involved...
right away, if people become a Karen... I will be a Karen with a lawyer, that, stop their bullshit very quickly way WAY more often than not
The behavior is unprofessional and needs to be reported. I would go to HR. if HR was not easily accessible or I did not already know how to get in contact with HR I would google the number and leave a message. I dont recommend asking about because immediately people will start asking you why and you don't need anyone knowing your business. That would create just too much drama and might backfire on you if HR hears about it through the grapevine instead of hearing about it straight from you.
I'd fuck her husband and then tell her about it.
No I'd go to her boss and say that I'm uncomfortable with this situation and she should get a grip. But I don't have enough experience with these issues if the other people say get a lawyer maybe that's the better option.
First I'd probably laugh about it a little bit and then I'm going to know the whole story in detail so I could see if it even sounded like me because I'd be curious but then I would say bring your spouse in and let's all three of us have a little talk and then you figure it out from there and that's on them that's not on me I'm innocent so I'm not going to worry about it
Sit them down and explain carefully that their accusations are unfounded and ask what if any proof they have.
Explain that you are shocked and appalled by their behaviour and accusations, that it's the stuff of tribunals and defamation law suits.
And that you trust that they will step back from their self destructive witch hunt before it's too late.
I would insist he has HR carry out an official investigation in preparation for a workplace appraisal of me where he can present his evidence. He won't have any therefore he will look like an idiot in front of the entire company.
They probably would have already found a way to fire you. Depends on how much you like the job on if you fight or not. Doesn’t sound like the best boss to work under anyway. Is there really a loss? Healthier job coming up.
First, have a serious talk with that boss. And if it is a company of any size, also report it to HR right away. The reason being is this is a fairly serious thing for a boss to do at work. It is accusational and intimidating to the employee.
i would keep working there and if it keeps coming up i'd say interview the wife and she will confirm i didn't do shit with her!
I'd get out of that job ASAP. Your boss has serious issues, and you want no part of them.
It depends on what is the boss accusing me of. I don't mess with another man's wife because that's disrespectful and I needed the job.
I would go to jail humbly but be an exceptional inmate, and I would interpret a few dreams and later become second-in-command to Pharaoh.
I'm impressed you'd mess around with your boss' spouse
Well it depends on a lot of things. Am I fooling around with their spouse? What reason do they have to suspect?
either way if your boss thinks that, you don’t have very long before you’re fired.
Always make them fire you, so they have to pay you for leaving.
I would confess that it is true because they are my spouse as well
Ah, the folly of being self employed
I would file a complaint with the Attorney Office of the State their from
of file a complaint with their Attorney who can help me
I would just tell them to chill out or I would just leave
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I’d want to talk to them and their spouse and get to the root of it. Maybe they’d made a comment about me or used me as an example during an argument and it had nothing to do with attraction but rather a misinterpretation of conversation at the dinner table. I like to resolve what I can with fair communication and open dialogue, not half-truths or misconceptions.. and if their spouse was attracted to me, I may leave my role at work or change departments as a sign of respect for their marriage, while stating my reasons for doing so.