Question: One of my co-workers (Co-Worker A) is a good employee and a hard worker. Another co-worker (Co-Worker B), who supports the department head, is very untrusting and controlling. She seems to undermine everything that Co-Worker A does and intentionally tries to make Co-Worker A look bad to their superiors. Co-Worker A is at the end of her rope! I've tried to offer support and advice to Co-Worker A, but I'm out of suggestions.
Talking to Co-Worker B does not yield any results. Any suggestions for Co-Worker A who does not want to leave her role but desperately needs help? -- Anonymous
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