Thread Started by #Anegla Cui

Dear All:
Recently, one of my friends, Amy, shared her working problems with me and asked me to come up with some solutions, but I canít find an appropriate way to solve it; therefore, I need other usersí help.
Amy has numerous friends throughout the company; her boss relies on her for feedback concerning employee morale and other issues affecting the staff. The boss recently asked her to start reporting any behavior that might violate company policies, from taking office supplies home to making personal long-distance calls. However, she is neither not willing to displease the boss nor offend other colleagues. What should her say to respond to the boss?

Anegla Cui
20th October 2010 From United States , Newark
Dear Anegla,
It is not Amy`s job profile to report such things. She should stick to her job. Boss can use other methods to monitor these things. He can have personnel ID access for phone calls which will give him the call details and person calling. Office stationery can be issued by the respective person after taking acknowledgement in a register or else issue limited number of stationery monthly.
26th October 2010 From India , Mumbai
Dear Freind !!!
Amy`s need to be strict to her job. going out of way and helping out ur boss could place her in drastic situation.
Her Boss could use any relevant and methodological way help out the company from any discrepencies.
working in office means learning and getting knowledege. Amy`s needs to work while keeping ethics of management in mind.
22nd December 2010 From India , Delhi
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