Question: Last year, my boss reassigned my direct report to a new supervisor
because it "wasn't fair" that the supervisor didn't have a
direct-report secretary while one of her peers did. The consequence of
my boss's action stripped me of my supervisor status, thus preventing
me from attending any supervisor meetings and/or training sessions. Was
this a just act? I’ve had no performance issues and over 20 years of
excellent reviews. Any advice? -- Anonymous
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