How to approach manager about job transfer within same company, but different site?
My wife wants to transfer from her job in one city to another city in a different part of the state. Should she talk with her current supervisor/manager first, or talk with the supervisor/manager at the new city? She doesn't want to step on anyone's toes or come off as underhanded or sneaky. She does have a good relationship with her supervisor now. Also, the reason she'd want to transfer is to be closer to extended family, so that's a legit reason, I'd think. Right?
Asked By: Robert H - 1/20/2011
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I think she should talk to her immediate manager first - "Bill I really enjoy the work I'm doing here in XYZ Town but I am looking for a slight change of pace and was interested in transferring to ABC Town... More
Answered By: Bob_Jones - 1/20/2011
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take with your immediate line manager because if they find out from someone else they wont be as helpful
Answered By: Noel Bobby - 1/20/2011
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