AFSCME Local 328
4006 Barbur Blvd, Portland, OR 97239
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My supervisor threatened me with discipline this morning because I expressed frustration regarding another co-worker's lack of boundaries and respect. I do not feel her response was an appropriate way to address my concerns. The other employee is not technically in my department but part of a shared services model, who my supervisor also directs. My supervisor stated I take things personally and she's going to discipline me. What is my next step? I am now afraid to speak my mind.
I have complaints in regards to violence and/or threatening and bullying in the work place. What are my options, and who should I talk to?
My question is , I work in Digestive health and I’m a rooming MA and work with another MA making us two rooming MA for the attire clinic. We have about 120 to 130 Pt a day with 14-20 different doctors. i can be so overwhelming at times and we have asked if hiring another rooming MA even if it was part time. and our answer is always , yeah it’s not going to happened,
There is a Letter of Agreement for Coders in ICD-10 training and Incentive. The dates aren't all correct for implementation. The contract was signed 03/2013 which is after we all knew the final implementation date. How is this corrected?
Who can I talk to that can help me stop the harassment in my workplace? What are my rights aa an employee?
What do I do if I feel my supervisor is creating a hostile work environment for me?
Last week I witnessed a supervisor tell an employee that they must perform a certain task within an unreasonable time frame (2 hours). Several other employees agree that the time frame for that task was impossible. If we all tell the supervisor that that task cannot be performed within 2 hours, yet that supervisor continues to insist that it must be accomplished within that time frame, what should the response by the employee be? The problem is that the contract is not "broken" in this instance.
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