Question: I am the HR Director for a nursing home. I have had several complaints against one of my supervisors from his staff. I have reported a more serious incident to the Administrator and also presented a few other complaints to him. The Administrator confronted the supervisor. The staff has since reported back to me that the supervisor’s attitude has changed toward them, and it makes them uncomfortable and creates an unpleasant working environment.
They do not want me to report him again because of his behavior toward them after the last complaint. And they do not want me to confront their supervisor.
How can I help this department if they do not want me to report him?
I feel that it’s my obligation to these employees to make them feel safe in the workplace and enjoy coming to work each day. -- Anonymous