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hether the personnel officer was
right in asking for advice and then not
following that advice of his chief.

a) Yes, because he is right in asking


advice.
b) it is his duty to ask his higher
authority to take action, because issue
raised by union to be solved on a
particular time as per rules.
as it right on the part of Line
Manager to intervene ?

No !!!
a ) it is not his duty .
b ) because it·s a union problem. So
director and personnel officer want to
solve the problem.
Now that the Personnel Officer has informed the
Director (Personnel) that the Line Manager has
intervened, will the relation between Line and
staff get altered
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