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... to say the very least. I have been working there no longer than 5 months and already I can not stand her, let alone see myself staying there long term. There is so many things bothering me right now that I do not know where to start! ... (19 replies)
... worker has already reached the personal level and that is not good. Focuss on what you have to do and do not let her bother you. Bottomline start searching for a job if you can not deal with it. ... (19 replies)
What's his deal?
Aug 23, 2011
... worker is the easiest way to get to know someone and their personality before making the commitment to asking then out on a date and getting to know them that way. ... (12 replies)

... You're right, that is ironic. ... (73 replies)
... mail and said "She is ok, just still hurt. I'm so sorry about all this crap." Then she wrote him back and said "it's ok. Crap happens, specially since you're married LOL. ... (73 replies)
... I'm a firm believer in "what goes around, comes around" and eventually her behavior is going to come back to haunt her. I work with a woman with similar behavior, she always picks out one person whose supposedly mean to her. ... (20 replies)
... You are doing your job and not doing anything to provoke her actions. I don't think you should go to the supervisor and stoop to her level. She is making herself look silly by trying to get you in trouble for something you didn't do. ... (20 replies)
... this is exactly what I'm dealing with at work! A troublemaker who is jealous of everyone and loves to keep stuff stirred up! The only problem is no one is willing to "stand up" to the girl at my job because they don't want to lose their job! ... (19 replies)
... so leave the job or transfer to another department, store, building, area etc. Having to deal with awful people is a part of life and sometimes we are not in the power to deal with them. ... (19 replies)
... I've been working for over 30 years now and yes, there is a jerk at just about every place I've ever worked at. ... (19 replies)
... utty outfit, I would say, "First of all, just let me say how very, well...festive... you look today. Oh, I'm sorry it distracted me from the matter at hand, what is it you wanted? ... (19 replies)
... Wow she sounds crazy. She should really get fired but she is controlling the office through sex and unfortunately most men think with their penis and not their brains. ... (19 replies)
... It is difficult. ... (19 replies)
... two choices, as some other posters have pointed out. either accept this woman's behavior and ignore her, or quit. the third option of telling her what you think is not a good one. it will only give her the drama she is clearly looking for. ... (19 replies)
... but that is different. ... (19 replies)
... Yeah umm..that is the most tackiest, unprofessional, nastiest thing I have ever heard..she went to show the boss..shame on her.. ... (19 replies)
... That sounds like a really awful place to work. I would find a different job right away. Stay in that job until you find another job. The problem is that you are more professional and the boss does not reinforce professional behavior. ... (19 replies)
... c she is so anoying, but I firmly believe people like this are insecure and miserable to begin with. She will gets hers some day. ... (19 replies)
... Hi, I have worked in offices over the years, and believe me there is always one girl in the office like her! ... (19 replies)
... seem to have done all you can to not get on her bad side but she just sounds like a total witch. I wish I had advice as to how to address her but she just sounds immature and hard to work with. ... (19 replies)

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