Question: “I am the administrative assistant to the chief and two directors. The
director who runs the day-to-day operations is on extended medical
leave and the clinical coordinator is overseeing everything in his
absence. The clinical coordinator has been favoring her best friend who
also works with us by giving her special parking privileges, allowing
extended lunches, etc. How can I approach the clinical coordinator
about this favoritism without causing any major problems?” — SR
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