Over many years' in my career, have had to do this. I was a Supervisor reporting a lower pay scale employee. That had to happen a few times'.
But the last incident, I reported harassment to me, by a Supervisor, to the Manager.
I had diarised EVERYTHING! My Manager was absolutely aghast at what had been going on!
He was grateful it'd been brought to his attention.
And he fixed it! He was a fair & kind person, a rarity in Mgt. this day & age!
I have. I reported a subordinate to my superiors. He was stealing from the institution and directly jeopardizing my job as a stock keeper at the time. He was not ever spoken to about it as I could present any hard evidence that he was the culprit. Even though everyone knew he was doing this before I was even employed to the agency.
No. I always preferred to deal directly with people. If I had any issues with what someone was doing, I spoke to them about it. I managed to resolve everything like this without having to make any formal reports.
Yes. I was sick with apprehension, but he was seriously W E I R D and was saying very innapropriate things to clients. My bosses commended me as they couldn't pick up what was wrong and I had clarified it for them. I was so relieved. Bye bye, weirdo. *phew*