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Ethical Dilemma: To Snitch and then Requisition the Mandatory Stitch?
In the row of workspaces directly behind my office PC, a guy on a team within the department I work on was talking pretty loudly about the manager of my team, namely being quite critical of how she operates. Not in a corrupt/illegal way, but more she prioritises things that maybe she shouldn't and maybe she looks a bit kettlish when addressing pots. I personally don't see it, but I'm not good at seeing those things and maybe I'm biased anyway. Also the colleague in question can be a complainer about other stuff, so maybe I'm overthinking it. In general I have a concern about bad blood forming within the department, so I'm contemplating contacting my manager (who works at another site) and telling her what I heard, with the hopes that any legitimate issues are addressed and we can work without tension. Is this a good idea?