"Honestly it happened to a friend". Advice? - page 2
One of my colleagues has been having big time issues with her manager. Borderline harassment, documented all interactions including follow ups. Today it happened "by accident" She was with a... Read More
0Oct 7, '11 by Esme12, ASN, BSN, RN Senior ModeratorMakes the boss a bad manager and a gossip......IF anything was said at all...heresay. I agree.....Stay out of it!
0Oct 7, '11 by jahraThe new colleague is not a potted plant, she may be new to the
workplace, but has experience working in nursing. She can decide for herself
who on the team is a problem or not and decide what to do if she is
confronted. I am referring to management or any other staff member.
In the meantime, do as you have stay out of it.
I have seen in some dysfunctional places, in a few weeks, they
all become friends...:smackingf
So, there is a lot to be said for staying out of the personality parades and just focusing on your job.
1Oct 7, '11 by linearthinkerIf my colleague shared this situation with me I'd say "Wow, what a though spot to be in. I hope you find a solution that works for you." And I'd promptly change the subject. In other words, MYOB. You are not involved, keep it that way.