This past weekend I was basically "told on" at work for something that I didn't do. My boss was really upset at me and didn't even believe what I had to say and even at that . . . he barely listened without cutting me off. The person who told on me has a friendship outside of work with the boss. I feel frustrated and it's not fair. It's starting to effect my days off and school. Should I quit? I can easily find a job somewhere else, but, I love what I do.
This sounds like a tough situation. I would encourage you to look at all of your choices.
#1 You may want to confront your co-worker about this situation.
#2 You could ask for a meeting with your boss and your co-worker to discuss your concerns.
#3 Does your boss have a manager you could talk to about this situation?
#4 You've discovered that live isn't "fair". You will encounter this throughout your lifetime. You can now choose to stay in this uncomfortable work situation knowing what you now know about the
I hope this helps clarify what you'd like differently, and some of your options.
This past weekend I was basically told on at work for something that I did not do my boss was really upset at me and did not believe what I had to say - what do I do?