Posted by: anonymous
2020-10-25 21:59:09
ID: 65751
I have a work bully but she's in another department. I honestly have no idea why she hates me so much but I think it's because she never really got along with my boss, so now that I'm under her, she transfers all her snottiness to me. If I had to work directly, I'd probably quit but I only see her a few times a week and my boss always has my back when she finds out how this lady treats me. I don't understand the mentality though--it's work, not high school.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-10-22 15:24:44
ID: 65728
Dear client: No, I can't provide you with a third quarter 2020 941 form or UIA report for your banker. Why, you ask? Because you still haven't brought me any data to process for September. And now, every single filing will be late. So yeah, that's why! *f*cking idiot*
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-10-19 18:25:55
ID: 65710
My work BFF is moving back to her home state by the end of the year. I'm really sad about this. In my 3 years at the nonprofit, all 4 my closest colleagues have left. :( Again, it's like what does it mean for my workload? She's on my team and I don't want to do more work PT right now especially since I can still receive Unemployment and get my Depression under control.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-10-19 07:16:18
ID: 65706
pt 2- She is still griping about having my Inclusion students last year, saying she doesn't want to do it again. Fine by me! I did have one student in her class who was very difficult. I was the one getting bitten and trying to keep her from escaping the school. You know what would have made it less difficult for everyone? A general education teacher who keeps a schedule, has clear expectations, and implements accommodations in the student's IEP. Next time this lady takes a left turn down Unsolicited Opinion Avenue, she's going to find out it's a two way street, LOL
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-10-19 07:13:10
ID: 65705
Got thrown under the bus by my colleague again today in a meeting. I just firmly replied, "Let's try to keep this factual, and if you have an issue with me, always feel free to speak to me directly." I'm so over it with her. I sent a letter around today to be signed by the entire staff, because they just cut a teacher, and she said she objected to one word- "unconscionable." The letter read-"It is unconscionable to do this to students during a pandemic." I asked, "What word would work for you?" Mind you- this is two days after she rolled the bus under me. She said, "It's disheartening" that a teacher was let go, and the students split into three different classes. I love how her words get soft when it has to do with defending a colleague, but when it comes to attacking one, she has no problem bringing the knives out
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-10-18 03:10:18
ID: 65700
In response to a confession. I quit my last job because of workplace bullies. There were two of them. It took me a long time to accept that what was happening was bullying. The boss was shocked when I quit. Two years later, no regrets.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-10-18 00:16:40
ID: 65696
In response to a confession. Update--someone from our company called OSHA on our company because of the lack of communication on COVID cases. We finally got an email with the details about it and I'm pissed that it took that much to get our company to do the right thing. I don't think our company is the only one doing that though.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-10-16 20:08:21
ID: 65581
I recently found out that several of my coworkers have their work email on their phone. We're hourly employees. If I look at my work email, I will get paid for it.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-10-16 15:08:32
ID: 65684
I had a work bully and was told the same thing by the manager, learn to get along. I got along just fine, the bully was causing the issues. We worked together all 5 days, same shift, and it was just the 2 of us. It caused health problems: Migraines, stomach issues, constant bowel movements at work, nerves being shot to the point I couldn't eat, my arms would feel heavy, tingly and numb. The manager kept doing nothing, so I told the owners. The owners needed to "investigate", but I'm the one who had to make changes, I had to switch days, shifts, and only get 4 days a week cuz they couldn't force anyone else to change their schedules. I got 2 full & 2 half shifts vs 5 full, while bully got to keep her 5 full.. So I quit, days before their busiest week of the year where we'd all get overtime...and they had to work even more cuz I quit. I told the owners why I quit. After the busy week, bully and manager were fired.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-10-16 03:09:57
ID: 65682
I was a teacher for many years and left education 2 years ago. I was used to 60 hour weeks and still not getting everything done. Since I went back to the corporate world, I've had two jobs. In both, I feel like I have nothing to do. It's part of the reason I left the last job. I was bored. Now at my latest job, it's the same thing. I mean, I have stuff to do, but I can and do get it all done in like an hour, maybe 2 or 3 on a busy day. My boss is great, and I get nothing but praise and great feedback. I'm told I'm rocking it, and they're really impressed. It's like they think these things take days to do, and I'm just blowing them away by getting it done sooner. I feel like a fraud. I mean, I'm definitely competent, but I'm not THAT good. Is this normal? Are most corporate jobs like this now?
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