Right.” A few months ago the company hired a new Junior Manager.
Robert is a charming and intelligent 32-year old (who is also single).
Step three, sit down and ponder where you really want this to go. And evidence of a real estate transaction, albeit suspicious, doesn't prove any untoward behavior. Your company probably has a policy against people dating their subordinates. If your goal is to protect your own job, will informing on your colleagues help?
You're afraid that the VP will retaliate against you for finding out, but the real retaliation is more likely to come from tattling. Meanwhile, corporate execs are not required by law to live chastely.
: I’m 44 years old and a Senior Vice President at a family-run company.
I’m really dedicated to my job and put in many long hours, but I’m also single and still looking for “Mr.
He denied [they were having a relationship], said I was getting carried away and that I should not be reading private documents.
It wouldn't surprise me at all if the solution was to transfer Dave to another department. Nervous that a VP who already is dissatisfied with your performance is now going to fire you for finding out about her personal financial affairs.
Afraid that if you say something, it will make your life more miserable.
I said don't insult my intelligence and walked away.
I am afraid he may have told the VP I found out about them and that she may try to get rid of me. She is a cold, ruthless woman and very capable of finding some reason to get me fired.
(Money Watch) Dear Evil HR Lady, I work at a Fortune 500 company.