A coworker of mine is sometimes moody and disrespectful to me and to others. I have addressed this person twice with respect, sometimes agreeing and letting her know that I am seeing her point of view while making small changes in myself. Yesterday, she griped at me in front of other customers when the mistake was DEFINITELY hers. Wrong! We went into the back room and I told her to grow up, be a professional and own her behavior. Go me!
Here is my question: I have every right to go to the supervisor. Should I tell this woman that I will go to my supervisor if her attitude does not change with me or just go straight to the supervisor? I would feel bad if this person was fired (family, new house) although I KNOW I am not responsible and I think the boss should know. Can you help me with any advice?
Asked by Anonymous at 3:42 PM on Jan. 29, 2011 in Money & Work
give her another chance and if she is still being rude and disrespectful then that's when you should go to your boss. its annoying when you work somewhere and someone always has to think they are better then everyone else. whatever happens after that is her own fault. you tried talking to her once already, there is no reason to try again. good luck
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