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How do you answer Tell me about a time you disagreed with your boss?

Sample Answer A good answer might go something like this: I once disagreed with my boss over how to best help a customer. Rather than question his authority in front of everyone, I talked to him off of the floor. I was open and honest about the problems I had with the way he wanted to do things.

How do you answer Tell me about a time you disagreed with your boss?

Sample Answer A good answer might go something like this: I once disagreed with my boss over how to best help a customer. Rather than question his authority in front of everyone, I talked to him off of the floor. I was open and honest about the problems I had with the way he wanted to do things.

Can I resign during an investigation?

If the employee resigns with notice, as a general rule, the disciplinary procedure should be progressed to its conclusion during the employee’s notice period. I often warn employees that they could find themselves subject to a reference which (fairly) states ‘resigned during a disciplinary procedure’.

When you take a problem to your supervisor you should?

4 Steps to Take When You Have Problems with Your Manager

  1. Talk to Your Co-Workers. Before you do anything serious about your manager problems, find a trusted co-worker (or two) and ask for a reality check.
  2. Talk to Your Manager.
  3. Talk to HR.
  4. Talk to Yourself.

Do you have to give notice for an investigation meeting?

Depending on the circumstances, it may be necessary for the employer to hold an investigatory meeting with the employee concerned. Where an investigatory meeting is necessary, the employer should give the employee advance warning and time to prepare for it.

What do I get if I resign?

An employee who resigns will be entitled to the termination pay that is due to her. Termination pay must be calculated given the circumstances of each resignation. Termination pay is calculated with reference to an employee’s remuneration and not her basic salary or wages.

Should I tell my boss about my personal problems?

Telling your boss about your personal problem can often make you feel better—after all, it helps to get it out in the open. But unless the circumstances are right, that effect can be short-lived. It’s essential to consider the effects both short-term and long-term before you confide in them.

Is going to HR confidential?

Most often the answer is nothing, as HR is not actually mandated to keep too many things confidential. That said, you’re expected to have expert discretion and judgment. Good HR professionals do their best to limit the exposure of delicate information shared by employees to a need-to-know basis.

Can I leave my job due to stress?

If your job is causing you so much stress that it’s starting to affect your health, then it may be time to consider quitting or perhaps even asking for fewer responsibilities. You may need to take a simple break from work if stress is impacting you from outside your job.

How would you handle a conflict with a supervisor?

Here are five strategies to help managers effectively resolve conflicts with employees.

  1. 1) Detach from Your Biases. One essential quality that all managers need to develop is a strong sense of self-awareness.
  2. 2) Actively Listen.
  3. 3) Practice Empathy.
  4. 4) Focus on the Behavior.
  5. 5) Know When to Involve HR.

How long does an HR investigation take?

24-72 hours