My supervisor seems to favor my co-workers because they share the
same religion.What do I do?
It would be best to share your concern with your supervisor, but if you aren’t
comfortable doing that, speak to your local Human Resources manager.
There is a rumor that one of the accountants in our department was
promoted after he helped our manager hide a big mistake. Does this
No, it doesn’t, but it may just be a rumor. If you have a good-faith belief that
your manager has acted inappropriately, contact Human Resources or another
local manager about your concern. You will not be retaliated against.
My friend is employed by another multinational company in a position
similar to mine, and she claims that I am underpaid. How do I know if
this is true?
It’s possible that your friend is not considering your overall compensation
package. If you have questions about your compensation, speak to your
My manager requires our team to achieve monthly attendance and
quality goals. Isn’t this harassment?
No. While your manager is expected to treat you in a professional manner,
requiring you to meet performance goals in a fair and consistent manner is