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Step 4. Decide Who To Ask

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Who to ask depends on your specific work enviornment and your relationship with the people at work. 

A place to start to answer the question of who to ask is your work manual, if there is one. If the manual suggests speaking with your immediate supervisor, consider going to someone else if you have a bad relationship with your supervisor.

If there is no manual, consider speaking with the Human Resources (HR) department if there is one -- preferably with a supervisor who is more likely to know the law than a lower level HR person, or with someone with whom you have a relationship if there is such a person.

If there is no HR department, speak with your supervisor (unless you have a bad relationship with him or her, in which case go higher up the organizational ladder).

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