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The Worst Job

An employee claims she suffers from PTSD because AT&T and Pacific Bell ordered her to conduct an exit interview at 4 a.m., with no security, with an “extremely dangerous” felon who had been fired for watching violent sexual material at work, and who threatened her repeatedly during the meeting, in Riverside County Court.

MURRIETA, Calif. — An employee claims she suffers from PTSD because AT&T and Pacific Bell ordered her to conduct an exit interview at 4 a.m., with no security, with an “extremely dangerous” felon who had been fired for watching violent sexual material at work, and who threatened her repeatedly during the meeting, in Riverside County Court.

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