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A co-worker of mine that I share the same position with has brought her son to work 3 days in a row due to sickness and took him to a room at work that no one would see him in, because it's rarely used. She was hiding his presence to others. She has also driven her son around in our company vehicle, which is what we do most of the day on company grounds, which contains many roads & acreage. We have to cross main highways while on our job. Our Assistant Director was aware of it, but I don't think the Director knows. The co-worker and the Assistant Director are friends. In the past I had to leave work to go pick up my daughter from school, which had to close for the day due to natural disaster. The school is within 5 minutes of my work, so I asked if I could bring her to work and let her do school work in the office. The Director of my department told me no, and that if I had no one to care for her, I needed to stay home. I brought this up to the Assistant Director (who really should know better). I told her that what was happening was favouritism and that if the Director knows, I need to talk to him. She told me he is aware of my complaint. I think she lies and keeps a lot of things from him. No one else would ever be aloud to do this. What should I do? Is this an H.R. issue?  
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