How does one get rid of a trouble making union employee that is always lying about a supervisor?
Ask the employee to provide evidence to support what he/she is saying about his supervisor. If there is no evidence, give them a warning and if he/she does it again, give a final warning or show them the door.
But would it be a legal thing with the union if she keeps it up? Because its been going on for over a year.
What you need is documentation. Keep a journal. Write down what he/she said and the time and date of each occurrence. Gather what you need till you think you have enough to report to someone who can do something about it.
Because of legal issues, some businesses don't fire bad employees, but rather offer them a different position (one they know this person doesn't want) in an attempt to make him/her leave voluntarily.
by John 5 years ago
So I have a six-year-old daughter who constantly lies. It has gotten to the point where I can't believe a word that comes out of her mouth. I've tried very hard to teach her how important telling the truth is and that it is a safety issue, but nothing is helping. I've just set up an appointment for...
by Angela Michelle Schultz 7 years ago
My daughter is going through a phase where she is lying a lot. It's not about big stuff, and she's pretty honest about if she does wrong things. But she will lie to try to get her way. I am trying to figure out how to get over this hump.
by BeckonDeck 7 years ago
Can I do this with a employee complaint against their supervisor?As the Human Resource Manager, if a employee submits a formal complaint in writing about their direct supervisor am I allowed to show that written complaint to the supervisor being complained about?
by daisynicolas 6 years ago
How do you take it if your co-employee who happens to be your supervisor calls you "my employee?"A supervisor who is not senior management is as much as an employee of the company as the one he or she is supervising. Does this justify the "ownership.?"
by mark112 4 years ago
What is the purpose of lying?
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