Someone found out about the modern employee

I didn’t want anyone at work to guess that I hired my nephew.

  • I was afraid that the men at work would not respect Jack.

He’s a fantastic Heating and A/C service worker and I wanted him to have an occasion to shine. He started laboring at the shop a couple of weeks ago. I didn’t tell anyone that Jack was my nephew, but I am pretty sure that some of the men found out. There was an text in my inbox from one of the employees. The text discussed the policy of nepotism in the workplace. The next afternoon I contacted the employee and I asked him to meet me in my office. Both of us discussed the text in fantastic detail. I gave passable explanations for hiring my nephew and I absolutely told all of the employees that I expected the same amount of work from most people. I was not going to show anyone any special treatment if that job was not done respectfully. I had to follow through when Jack made the first big mistake. He was on a commercial service job and he made a huge mistake. Another employee had to bail him out of the situation. I had to give Jack a written warning about the situation. I would have done that with any other employee. I didn’t think it was particularally tolerable or necessary, but after I made the grand statement about treating most people exactly the same, I had to give Jack a written warning in his personnel file. Honestly, it’s just a formality and does not mean much at all.
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