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Old 07.12.2018, 16:15
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Re: Forced to take a 25% paycut at the end of my probation period

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I don't think this is "going over your manager". This is "escalating". How can he be sure the decisions are agreed in advance with senior managers without escalating it? Maybe the manager is telling one story to the guy and another to his superior?

If nothing is ever escalated in a company, how can problems with resolved? I think if you, as manager are treating people unfairly, you should fully expect people to go over your head and firing someone who you think is "going over your head" is certainly not fair.

I do agree that escalating might mean the end of his employment there but surely it is a better alternative to involving a lawyer?
The fact that the HR was involved in the process is a pretty big clue that this is done above board.
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