Question to Ask the Workplace Doctor about accusation of lying:
If someone at work wrongly accuses you of being a liar, can anything be done about it?
Whether or not you can do (or want to do) anything substantial about the accusation, will depend upon the situation and where you work. For example, if you are in a large business and someone made that statement, in a meeting, that you are a liar, you probably could make a complaint with HR or with your own manager about it. But, if you are in a small business and in the course of an argument someone says, “You’re such a liar”, it would probably be viewed as just something else that was said in the argument, but not significant.