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I asked to be moved to another part of the warehouse and took it upon myself to ask someone to switch with me, which they did.
Does HR typically keep questions like that confidential?
I know if I applied for the position it would need to be made public, as the two departments are very close.
But all you can really do is ask; your manager can say no (and might have good reason to say no — either because there’s no easy way to avoid having you work together, or because he doesn’t want to create a situation where people can refuse to work with others).
If he does say no, then at that point you’d need to decide if you still want the job, knowing that this will be part of it.I’m fairly new to working in a large organization that has job openings pretty regularly.