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how can a federal employee complain about supervisor?

FROM ONE HUMAN BEING TO ANOTHER,
EVERY COMPLAINT SHOULD BE CONSIDERED SERIOUS. IT'S NOT JUST COMPLAINTS THAT CAUSE BLEEDING, IT SHOULD BE ALL COMPLAINTS THAT BE CONSIDERED WITH RESPECT.

IF SOMEONE IS A NICE PERSON, THEY DON'T WANT TO MAKE WAIVES. ALL THEY WANT IS TO REPORT SOMETHING THAT ISN'T RIGHT. TO HR REPRESENTATIVES, ALL YOU SEE ARE DOLLAR SIGNS LEAVING THE COMPANY -- IT SHOULD BE ABOUT DIGNITY AND RESPECT.

THE HR INDUSTRY IS OUT OF CONTROL. IT IS ALL ABOUT "THE COMPANY" AND LESS ABOUT HUMAN RESOURCES. GET A GRIP AND GET A REAL HANDLE ON WHO YOUR EMPLOYEES ARE AND WHY THEY ARE COMING TO YOU IN THE FIRST PLACE.

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