I am the owner/ vice president of small busines
Dept manager e-mail me about an employee coment,[ this employee happens to be a member of my family], Employee: Just wait, I will be the floor manager and you [refering to another co-worker] can be the department manager, that will be great! Dep manager thinks that my relative has inforation regarding his position that we are not disclosing to him. Dept. manager feels his job is in danger. I explain to Dep manager that his job is by no means being cuestion by me. Dept. manager asked me to talk to this employee wich I am about to do but then is not willing to cooparate with any information to do proper investigation. Now Dept. manger tells me just ignore the issue. I can not ignore it I want to adress it in the best way posible, in a legal way. advise
Just one more thing
Is a business manager in any way obligated to give owners full cooperation regarding
his-her employees essues or is it OK for a manager to tell owners I choose to tell you this but not that[ all related to business , employees, customer activities]
my dept manager has a strong personality is like walking in eggshells
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