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Katie:
Dealing with an employee that went over my head
Support:
I manage a small team and recently hired for a new position. In the job posting it clearly stated that the work hours are from 8:00-4:30. No concerns about these hours were mentioned during the interview process at all.

Recently after accepting the job offer, the new hire expressed an issue with the hours of work, and proposed their own hours. The hours were not even consistent every day, they requested different work hours for each day of the week (they did all add up to the same total number of hours). I rejected this request.

The employee(before the first day of work), then emailed my superior with the same request and was approved.

How do I carry on managing an employee that is willing to go right over my head on an issue like this? How do I address this with my manager so that it doesn't happen again. ( the first words out of my managers mouth should have been "Have you discussed this with your direct manager first?" )


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Katie:
Ok, so what is RSVP?
Support:
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Katie:
How do I find out I've been invited?
Support:
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Katie:
Ok, so what is RSVP?
Support:
In the context of social invitations, RSVP is a request for a response from the invited person or people. It is an initialism derived from the French phrase Répondez s'il vous plaît, literally "Reply if you please" or "Please reply".
Katie:
How do I find out I've been invited?
Support:
A black raven will appear on your windowsill, a paper scroll attached to his leg. You'll need to figure out how to take it off. Everything you'll need to know will be written there. Don't forget to send your raven back.