What do you do if you suspect your boss is retaliating against you for talking to HR?
I asked to speak to HR a couple of weeks ago regarding issues at work, I spoke with my manager that same day but wasn't able to speak to HR until yesterday which my boss found out because she wanted to know why I wasn't in my office. Now today she came to me wanting to know if she has to replace me and trying to find fault in my quality of work and productivity. I explained to her that I spoke with him because I had not received adequate pay for my additional responsibilities and her response was that my review is coming up and I need to stop complaining. It came off as kind of threatening.
Report your conversation to HR. That kind of retaliatory behavior is frowned upon at most companies.
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