My wife works at a small doctors office and has been there nearly 10 years. Recently there was a new fellow hired to replace an office manager that left to pursue a new opportunity. This new office manager can be described as quirky at best. He frequently talks to himself as if giving a play by play of what he's doing. He's open with his religious beliefs to excess. Additionally, he's been far to transparent with information that is certainly confidential, openly sharing info such as company financial reports and balances, as well as individual 401k contributions. He dismisses much of the behavior because he fells the office is an intimate environment where they are as much a family as colleagues. His quirkiness has seemingly gone too far where he has become too physical with the mostly female staff. Recently he has started a pattern of patting my wife on the back. Each time it has become increasingly harder to the point where he has actually hit her on the back with a closed fist. She reacted and told him if he did it again, she'd back hand him in a serious tone. His response was that she must bruise too easily emotionally. We're at an ackward position within our personal lives were we facing relocation for my career. Our home is on the market and I've been staying in an apartment roughly 3 hours away through the week. My wife is currently awaiting approval from the doctors she works for to allow her to take her job with the move. In other words make the role she handles a remote position. in reality, the doctors of the practice ate the real decision makers of the office, despises having the office manager. My concern is that if she speaks up about this inappropriate behavior of the office manager, she will sabotage her chances of the much needed approval to make her position remote. It's seems a bit self serving to question, but we financially need her to keep her job. What choices do we have?
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