Two lessons: “Trusted colleagues” are not necessarily trustworthy, and “venting” about your boss is always a huge mistake.
She comes in late, takes Fridays off and makes no effort to bring in new clients.
A lack of voluntary, anonymous fundraising system at work almost guarantees that some will feel pressured.
One idea: Create a “snark-free zone” at work.
If I report it, it’ll be obvious to him that I was the whistleblower.
The key is using a variety of self-care tools and maintaining a diverse lifestyle.
Should I just tell interviewers not to contact him?
Co-worker keeps information to herself — even when others need it.
There are superficial solutions, and then there are deeper options you could pursue.
If I do what my boss says, I will not serve my customers well, but if I don’t, I will antagonize him.