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  This is the problem the employee is having:  
Last Tuesday, a situation occurred where a coworker of mine realized she'd been uncompliant on a NJ state contract by sending purchase orders to our dealers and not having them sent directly to us (the manufacturer), which is required. Instead of admitting her mistake and trying to resolve it, she decided to falsely report No Sales on the mandatory purchasing report that was due by the end of the day. Then she instructed me to send in the documents, as if I was the one who prepared them. I'm scared to report this and other problems I'm having because this is a VERY small company and I don't think a confidential report would be kept confidential. I'm almost certain I would be retaliated against, but I don't want to not report this and be held accountable for something I did not do.




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