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Question Abuse of authority, father and daughter on the same government office

2 years 1 month ago #9505 by Angelie Joy
Angelie Joy created the topic: Abuse of authority, father and daughter on the same government office
I would to ask if it's possible in the same government office ang father and daughter both in higher position?
We have this case the father was acting administrator while the daughter as Senior TESD Specialist which results to abuse of authority. The daughter dictates and manipulates her father if we try to lay down our concerns regarding our work and his daughter's negligence when it comes to her duties and responsibilities. As a result we could not submit our reports and other documents on time, lalo pa pinag-iinitan kami ng Administrator namin. And how come she has been recently promoted to a higher position where in fact she received a lot of memos from our previous Administrator? Please help us what shall we do?

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