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This article will explore ethical concerns in social work supervision, such as the following: • “My supervisor uses me as a confidante and openly discusses another worker’s shortcomings with me, yet she never approaches the worker about it.” • “My supervisor degrades me and makes personal comments about me—usually negative—and sometimes in front of other staff.” • “My coworker reads all day long and doesn’t spend much time working with clients.
My supervisor is unwilling to address it and said to me, ‘Mind your own business. That’s all that’s important.’ It drives me crazy that I end up picking up his slack with clients.” • “My supervisor passes work on to me even though I am overwhelmed with my own work.
She dumps administrative duties on me that she should be performing.
We know that if a woman even a guy of sexual harassment, he is basically branded as guilty before he can even tell his side of the story. But when it comes to attraction, we don’t get to choose who we’re attracted to.
I didn’t realize it at first, but on several occasions he’s been staring at me when I’m out around the workplace.
When I’m in his vicinity in the cafeteria, I notice he dominates the conversation at his table.
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