I'm not going to move to fast or lift to much and hurt my baby. None of my other bosses complain about it. I work at a normal pace but I'm not going to rush myself and hurt my baby, my boss it seems is always on my azz, she doesn't do this to the guys but she just seems to have it out for me. I'm trying to find a new job that's more mental then physical. She said since I got pregnant I'm sometimes grumpy, and I don't move as fast and that another employee complained that they did more work which I know for a fact to be a lie because most of them stand around as much as possible.
Asked by Anonymous at 10:19 PM on Jan. 7, 2011 in Pregnancy
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Answer by momma051209 at 12:42 AM on Jan. 8, 2011
I used to be an equine veterinary technician and I worked almost 50 hours a week up til 4 days before I gave birth. My boss (the vet) was so jealous and angry when I got pregnant. She thought I did it just to spite her (she had just gotten out of a relationship and she was 39). She would ask me to do the most ridiculous stuff, carry big boxes to the attic, jog horses, assist in taking radiographs, hold onto fractious horses jacked up on hormones. She would get pissy with me and then go and talk shit about me to her friend would ran the front desk. I tried so had to not be "emotional" but that's hard to do when your pregnant. I had my child and went back to work 4 weeks later. A month later she announced she was pregnant (she had met and gotten deeply involved with a total idiot). Suddenly she needed an easy chair moved into her office so she could nap, and wanted to discuss her 'discharge' with me (yuck!). Continued..
Answer by LadybugTash at 1:42 AM on Jan. 8, 2011
Answer by worriedmommy600 at 1:46 AM on Jan. 8, 2011
Conti...I had to do all my work and most of hers. I worked there for another year and a half before I found out she had been calling me a nigger behind my back as well. I just couldn't do it anymore. At our final meeting she said I had been slacking off for too long and she reduced my work hours from full time to part time and cut my pay 30%, essentially forcing me to quit. It was one of the most hurtful things anyone has ever done to me and still affects me now over a year later. Sorry, I went on so much, but I know how your feeling, just remember you are still a human being and have rights. Don't let your boss get away with treating you like crap, you don't need that stress right now or ever. Best of luck.
Answer by LadybugTash at 1:46 AM on Jan. 8, 2011
Answer by myree85 at 2:38 AM on Jan. 8, 2011
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