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I was hired as am account manager/customer service... our girl who does customer service comes in at 9 am leaves at 3 so she can be with her children. When she is out I answer the calls. I answer them during her lunch hour, and every other day when she decides to take a sick day, or go to the beach etc. she basically comes and goes as she pleases. And then wants to scream at me if I make a mistake or don't handle it like she would have, or tell vicious lies to get other office people to treat me badly. I do her job for her even when she's here, and my own job. She walks around and I have to answer all the customer service calls. I've been to management. We've had meetings and she continues on. what should I do????????  
   
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If you have already been to management, and there has been no change, then you must deal with the situation yourself. It will not improve until you get the skills to deal with the situation effectively.


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