How should I report my managers unethical behavior? Should I tell the District Manager? or Human Relations?

I'm an assistant manager in a corporate retail store. The general manager has told me that our district manager would like all supervisors to be scheduled for a big sale event. The GM gives each manager a weekend off, this event happens to fall on my weekend and instead of changing the schedule she has lied to the DM saying that I requested off months ago for a wedding in which I am a bridesmaid. I have informed her that I WOULD work that weekend but she responded with "you're getting your weekend off." A previous situation: My GM approached me about my attitude, she said "you seem out of it lately." My grandmother passed away a month before. We were very very close. She was like a mother and a best friend. I told my GM I was still coping with the situation. She wanted to counsel me, so I discussed it with her. She then told me "if you need time off all you have to do is ask, but I think it has been long enough." I am looking for a new job ... I need advice.

Asked By: rambln_rose - 6/17/2008
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So, your manager is giving you your regular weekend off. What's to complain about... More
Answered By: Cadillacman - 6/17/2008
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The Chartered Management Institute or ACAS
Answered By: GOB - 6/17/2008
Whatever you do make sure you have a support person with you if you are going to talk to your superiors. The support person is not required to say anything, just sit and listen so that whatever is said you have semeone who can back you up at a later date. Your superior cannot dissallow the request for a support person... More
Answered By: Sam K - 6/17/2008
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