What can I do about my manager telling my personal information to my co-worker?

She told my pay and she violates the open door policy we have at work.

Asked on July 15, 2012 under Employment Labor Law, Alabama

Answers:

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Answered 8 years ago | Contributor

If you believe that your manager violated your confidential discussion that you had with him or her, you should have a face to face meeting about the subject in an attempt to resolve the issue and prevent such from happening again. Follow up with the meeting with an e mail to the manager confirming the meeting's discussion.

If that does not resolve the problem, then a meeting with your company's human resources department seems in order.


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