I am a senior manager at a small not for profit organisation. Whilst I and our CEO was on leave recently our HR Manager made each of my team meet with her on an individual basis. At these meetings she told them about a recent exit interview that she performed on an ex-team member. She had not discussed this interview with either myself or the CEO. The interview displayed that the ex-employee was not happy with me. This was to be expected as I had disciplined the employee on several occasions and the HR Manager attended each of these meetings. She pushed each of my team to complain about me. Upon my and our CEO's return from holidays she complained that all of my team had complained about me.
We have since carried out a staff survey. The results of this survey clearly show that my team do not have any complaints and are quite happy. After declaring the survey results my team have come to me individually and told me what happened whilst I was on leave.
I feel that I am obliged to complain about the HR Manager's behaviour. What are your thoughts?