Can my employer discuss sensitive HR issues such as an audit/investigation with non HR employees?
I believe that HR can speak with other members of management about a situation or something that is relevant to work. They do need to work together to figure out what they should do about the situation. They cannot go to other employees and talk about your situation though.
by Grace Marguerite Williams 2 years ago
What is the president evading regarding the Benghazi incident which took many Americanlives?
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