Bosses sometimes find it inconvenient when employees are out on. After all, every time an employee is absent, someone has to pick up the slack. So it shouldn’t come as a surprise that some front-line managers get frustrated and angry at employees who don’t come to work as scheduled. Don’t let those frustrations cause a legal nightmare.
Train all supervisors about the. Instruct them to refer any perceived problems to HR. Direct supervisors should not, for example, conduct their own “investigations” into whether an employee is abusing by conducting surveillance or taking other intrusive steps. Doing so may net a lawsuit alleging interference with .
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