Question: In a meeting, my HR manager invited me to share my thoughts and concerns about management. He specifically noted that his office was a safe place where I could speak freely and not get in trouble. I shared several concerns about my supervisor. Two weeks later, I was given a written warning for “misrepresenting communications between my supervisor and I to HR.” Two months later, I was denied an annual merit increase and was told the reason was that written warning. I feel the “safe meeting” was misleading. Am I wrong about this? — J.
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