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  This is the problem the employee is having:  
I have a manager above me who has just been placed into my department he has friends who he has just given supervisor jobs too. I have been supervisor for a nearly 4 years.I am still a supervisor,however he has went behind my back to employees who I am responsible for,and asked them to tell him what they think of me.This is being done in secrecy and I feel in an unprofessional way.I believe he wants myself and another supervisor out of the way so he can continue with ho is own men that he had previously.
Is this allowable in the workplace without going through correct procedures to ascertain mu worth?To ask employees in such a way is causing distrust and backbiting amongst my staff?  


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