Question: How does a supervisor report staff mistakes without sounding like a whistle blower?
I am an HR and admin support staff member. I am burning out and demotivated!
I supervise the work and check reports of two staff. I have to constantly check and have the reports redone. If it’s urgent enough, I redo them myself. I am so tired of this. But if I ever bring it up to my manager that it’s getting increasingly difficult for me to get them to be productive without personally spending time on them, her comments and action on that feedback shows that she either thinks I am undermining them or that I am being overly critical. I am neither one and, to prove my point and not to seem like I have a personal agenda, I decided to forward the reports directly to my manager for her to get a realistic idea of these staff and weigh their feasibility. I wanted her to see that the time and effort I was spend...(register to read more)