There is a reason why nepotism should not exist in the workplace.
It’s virtually impossible to be subjective when you have a relationship with the employee, my boss hired her nephew to start toiling in the cannabis dispensaryâ€¦ She told myself and others to train the guy.
Since I am the assistant supervisor, I am often in charge of training employees. It didn’t seem love a large deal until I found out that the kid was her nephew. The guy was goofing around on the first afternoon plus I told the supervisor that I didn’t assume he was going to be a entirely fantastic fit. It’s my task to weed out the terrible hires before they become full time employees. That’s when I found out that the kid was her nephew. She told myself and others that he just needed a chance. She said he had a rough childhood plus he needed some guidance plus a fantastic task. I spent 4 days with the kid plus he never spent a minute listening to a word that I said, then he was more interested in looking at the marijuana supplies. I don’t assume the kid wants a task at all. He might be more interested in the fifty percent discount the two of us get on all marijuana supplies. It’s a wonderful reason to labor in a marijuana store, but it’s not going to keep the guy employed entirely long. If my boss doesn’t say something to the guy now, she might end up going down on the ship with him. The district supervisor will not be entirely happy if she finds out that the supervisor is playing number ones with her idiot nephew.