How do you tell your boss that they have unwittingly created a departmental policy that is confusing without insulting them?
How do you manage difficult employees who have made a coworker their personal scapegoat?
Is it ever appropriate for a boss to cuss in the presence of their employees?
Thoroughbred Services LLC is starting a support group for nurses in the Long Island area. If we see enough interest in our group we can expand this meeting to include nurses from other areas.
Question; If you attended our support group what would you want to do at the meeting? For example would you like to talk “shop” or would you prefer to do something stress relieving like crafting or a reading group? We could also do a mixed bag of things so each month we’d gather and explore different areas of interest.
Let us know what you’re thinking. By the way anyone can respond to this question we want to hear all of the great ideas out there!
You’re in a conversation with your boss. Your boss makes a statement about a rule that is the basic foundation of what you do everyday. Your boss’s statement is incorrect. You advise them of this because it is imperative that you both agree on this point. Your boss does not give in and insist that they are correct. They show you the policy and they google it. You two are still not in agreement. Your boss finally calls the attorney for your facility. The attorney is placed on speakerphone and she then explains that you are correct and your boss is incorrect. Your boss is obviously not happy with this outcome. You begin notice after this conversation that your boss is being passive/aggressive with you. How would you handle this?
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