By thisbethed - 02/11/2015 22:26 - United States - San Francisco
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While I would love to personally (I'm not op), I also see that backfiring fast. It'd be best to just try to expose their lying if HR doesn't help OP. I'm sure that no matter what, OP's boss doesn't like them so exposing the truth couldn't hurt but spreading rumors could make you look bad to all the other employees too.
If there's an HR department to take it up with, then make sure you do. That is not acceptable behavior from your boss. Good luck OP. Sometimes the worst people end up in management.
as a business administration accounting with HR major, I would seriously take it to your HR manager of your company and sit down and have a nice long conversation without your current boss present. And potentially talk to his boss. this type of thing is very unethical for him to have done. It's also a very bad move to make. And shows how petty he is. definitely talk to your HR manager
not very sure why people are not liking my advice. I am currently going to school for this type of stuff. I have just finished an ethics class in this case clearly violates ethics to the extreme. Talking to the personnel manager or HR manager is a perfectly logical step to take. Most companies have a open door policy where employee can talk to a higher boss without fear of retribution. When I graduate I plan on being a good manager. And not being as crooked as this person was