In case you think your managing partner won't read The Vault ...
There are plenty of anonymous sites online where you can saddle up and crucify your management anonymously (remember Phil Kaplan's F***ed Company?) But where do you go if you actually want to resolve a workplace concern but want the security of floating your suggestion anonymously?
Bob Ambrogi suggests you try Anonymous Employee, a new Web service that acts as a friendly go-between for you and the brass. As he describes it, Anonymous Employee sounds like a professional, safe and free
triangulation mediation service. If you send a message and your employer agrees to participate, Anonymous Employee will launder messages back and forth until you reach a resolution -- or ask the site to recommend professional mediation and or legal advice. (Hmm, this is perhaps further ammunition for Mike Fox's post yesterday: See "What does Project Virtual Attorney mean for employment law?")
Or, if your concern is appropriate, you could dial the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission at 1-800-669-4000. According to Mike Fox, the EEOC hotline is back in business.
I'd love to hear from anyone who's tried either service ...
Posted by Laurel Newby on March 23, 2005 at 01:45 PM | Permalink
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