Thank you Mr. ZDN
I will follow your advise.
I have one more question, my manager did not follow our company policy which says the following in my case, also the policy said that if you still want to submit a report, it will be for record only, now my manager did not keep it for record, he issued a warning letter to me.
OUR POLICY SAY:
Do Not Report a competitor contact if a competitively sensitive topic was not raised.
- Meet a competitor by accident outside your work premises, with no discussion of competitively sensitive
-Social meeting with a competitor, but no sensitive competitive information is discussed.
Should I mention that in my letter to my manager and HR?
Since the submitted form I did still open, should I attach my letter also to this form?
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