Asked by Nadia on 23-05-2023 11:54:07
Question posted in the General Law category relating to Gauteng
I would just like to know. My colleagues, complained about our supervisor (various behavourial issues) to our senior Manager. He now tells us that we should have a 1 on 1 meeting to discuss. We just feel by doing so, this is going to cause more unnecessary problems, as we know this person and we know that she is very manipulating. I don't understand, if we approached our senior as a team why we need to have 1 on 1s. We did ask him and he advised we need to discuss so we can move forward. He had initially requested us to each send him our concerns and now says, each of us have different concerns and hence we must discuss. Our concerns are the same but we may have written it down differently. This person is unbareable to work with. I believe this is another strategy from this employee to now throw us under the bus and save themselves. Can I decline this meeting, without any work repocussions for myself? I litterally just want peace and no drama. We initially went to our senior in good faith hoping he will just address the issue without involving each of us.
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