Scott, like the students in our class is very bright and has worked hard to get a good degree. After graduation, Scott got a job in his field of dreams; advertising. However, after a year he became bored because he was not given any work to advance his career. He spoke to his boss several times who confirmed that he was doing a great job. Even one day after work she confided in Scott and told him that her boss didn’t like him because Scott reminded her of her husband.
Class, from this point on in the story you need to think realistically – don’t think legal actions!
Scott was so upset he went to HR who did nothing. Scott had no written evidence. Besides he already started looking for another job.
HR contacted Scotts Boss and his Bosses Boss and told them what happened. Scott was let go shortly after that.
Here is the question that you should develop and start to look at in your own career.
Does HR really work for the employee or for the company? Set aside any legal actions Scott might take, which could take from 1 to 5 years to resolve. Furthermore, Scott, without expensive lawyers will probably loose.
What advice would you have given Scott? Should he have kept his mouth shut and look for another job?
What would you do, and be realistic and honest.
Let me add that after Scott was let go, he worked to find another job. It is now six months and he doesn’t have one. Perhaps if Scott didn’t go to HR he would still have his job? Does HR really work for the employee or the Company?
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In a realistic World, HR doesnt work, if there are no Strong evidence , in an Organisation where they do not have STRONG HR and HR Policies. If there are strong HR Policies for Harassment and inequality, this case could have taken up a different shape. But in the given scenario, where there are no evidence, it might have been better to Scott to silently look out for a Job and Moved on. It is like throwing mud on some one with really having a mud in your hand. Scott could have taken all the feedback and reports in an recorded format like an email and then could have proceeded with HR, if there are negative remarks against him.