Although I love my job, I'm becoming paranoid about my office mate.
Marie G. McIntyre
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I'm debating whether to leave her an anonymous note or go to human resources. What do you think?
Although I work extremely hard, I get almost no appreciation. In fact, my entire team seems to resent my working style.
We have all tried to be polite and professional, but her constant interference has made our working environment very unpleasant.
The situation has gotten so far out of hand that the real problem is being completely overlooked.
After only a few weeks, I am already thinking about quitting.
While your concern for your employer is admirable, this is a time to put yourself first.
Previously pleasant co-worker disappears for hours with the new boss, but no one wants to speak up.
Saying “because I hate my job” obviously won’t work.