Well first of all my office supervisor had a unit meeting regarding the situation and I'll on vacation, so I didn't get a chance to input. The other point in my opinion there're a couple of other senior employee's in the unit over me.
Employer is gobal, not government. And the situation has happened before and I tried to discussion it with my supervisor before.
"How do an employee handle unfair work distribution" - Can you clarify what you mean by "handle"? Are you seeking to change the work distribution? Does everyone agree it is unfair, or does only the employee see it that way? Also, can you clarify for me if the employee has a contract of employment with the employer that defines how work should be distributed?
Thanks in advance for your clarifications to the above questions.
Let me address it this way,,,,, the task was given to one of my senior co-worker and the person complaint about not having the time to do it along with her other tasks and the supervisor decided to give it to me. I'm completely in the dark about what it all involves since I'm on vacation and won't be returning until 6/24/13.
Looking for options that can be possible be fair to everyone in the unit, including hanging the distribution of the work load. Yes, I'm pretty sure everyone is in agreement. There is no contract that I know of with the employer.
What if i may be interest in inquiring legal rights do I have any to the fairness in workload delegation?
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