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  This is the problem the employee is having:  
My co-worker is always rubbishing the boss behind his back. It seems that old issues have never been sorted-out between them. How do I get this co-worker to stop off-loading onto me? I've tried to stop-listening, listened and suggested some avenues to explore - also spoken to the boss, in a light sort of way, that the co-worker behaves inappropriately at times and he says she often gets stressed. I feel I cannot express the problem with him clearly. He seems to think she's a good worker, etc. I now find this co-worker is now turning on me saying that I'm not any good at my job. How do I deal with this problem?  


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