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lady_disdain

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Re: unprofessional manager
« Reply #15 on: April 28, 2014, 02:12:39 PM »
I would certainly separate the issues. One is stealing: a crime and a fireable offense. The touchy feely, however, is unprofessional but not necessarily something she should be immediately fired over, depending on the employer. Adding the touchy feely to the stealing issue dilutes it, since everyone will focus on the fact that she was stealing and may ignore that she swore at customers.

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Re: unprofessional manager
« Reply #16 on: April 28, 2014, 05:34:05 PM »
I'm w/ lady_disdain; in this written thing, stick to what you saw and said, and what she did. You did a nice job of writing just what you observed and what was said.

I would also say quite clearly, in person, that you anticipate that if this person stays in this job, you will probably be the subject of retaliation from her, and you wonder what they will do to make your job pleasant and bearable. Because you have proven to be a loyal and trustworthy employee, and you are valuable to them because so many other employees will be (or are) such rookies.