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Sent an email to my boss today telling him i feel uneasy about a decision he has made....feel a little bit sick!

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DrNortherner Tue 23-Aug-11 17:03:00

Won't go into huge details but he is a good guy, great boss, but not someone you have a laugh and a joke with - he is very professional and very good at his job.

He asked me to provide some info to another dept so that they can send out some letters asking for sponsorship for an event. Basically, I feel uneasy about this particular group of people being asked for money (used to work for one of the companies and know how it will be received)

It was a very polite email, saying of course I can get the info, however, I feel uneasy about how this will be perceived.......apologised if he felt I was speaking out of turn.

He hadn't replied by the time I left the office and now I think maybe I should have kept schtum.

PizzaEmpress Tue 23-Aug-11 17:05:48

You've done the right thing IMO. I've done something similar in the past and was thanked for the "insight" from the person I sent it to (my boss' boss - gulp!)

You written politely. Nothing wrong with that! smile

flowery Tue 23-Aug-11 17:22:34

Sounds absolutely fine to me. smile

glassspider Sat 27-Aug-11 19:28:07

I think you've done the right thing and your boss should thank you for the advice. smile

BerylStreep Sat 27-Aug-11 23:58:31

Doesn't sound like a problem - managers rely on insider info and experience from their team.

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