Unfair and Excessive Workload as It Relates to Favoritism and Nepotism in the Work Place
For instance, a manager consistently offers an employee the best and most highly-regarded projects, even though that employee does not perform well enough to deserve them. Or perhaps an employee is offered a promotion over someone else who has been at the company longer and has more experience. Nepotism in the workplace is a practice of appointing relatives to positions for which others are more qualified. Despite its negative connotations, nepotism can be an important and positive practice in the early stages of a startup company where people are usually being asked to work for low salaries.
A manager’s favoritism could end up costing your company a lot of money in attorney’s fees.
If you believe that your employer is engaging in unfair employment practices, a written complaint may begin the resolution process
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