Our expert says:
Apart from anything else, this situation shows that it is rarely wise for several members of one family to work in the same company, as the potential for conflict of interest is so high. I'd like to be helpful, but as even you don't know exactly what happened between G and his co-workers and supervisor, we can hardly comment on the justice of the case ; and you do need to be cautious that an excess of parental zeal doesn't imperil the good jobs you and hubs have and need to retain. If a youngster is being expected, without proper training and supervision, to service heavy vehicles, this raises a public safety issue, and that in itself might be worth discussing with management.
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