Hello I am new to this forum. I have a new supervisor who sent an email similar to the following (paraphrasing) "out of the blue" last week: Due to recent events (not defined), effective immediately everyone in the office must include a manager (on a lower rated position than myself) when preparing a set of closure documents for a lawsuit. That manager must be involved in a "team" review of the documents, all team members (which in my case includes people outside the company) must initial a checklist Also, that manager must physically stand behind you while you key in the $ amount of the settlement and watch you type the number in. I find this email extremely insulting since I have been performing these tasks for over 36 years, have not been advised of any errors on my part, and no one else in the entire company (my company operates in multiple states) is required to institute these procedures. I have requested a meeting with my supervisor's boss and the supervisor. In al my years with my company, I have never "gone over my supervisor's head," but I feel strongly that I am being insulted and that the email screams "distrust." Do you have any suggestions for me when I discuss this issue? Thank you.