Exaggerations and Lack of Accountability - page 2
I'm worried about having to work with somebody who exaggerates and may even lie; someone who refuses to accept accountability and quick to place blame on everyone and everything else but their self;... Read More
0Dec 9, '11 by I love my cat!Quote from HIPAAThat is for sure! ALWAYS watch what you say. The less revealed, the better, IMO. Your 'best buddy' can be sitting in a deposition, testifying against you next month.Document, document, document. Also, they're your coworkers, not your friends.
0Dec 9, '11 by DespareuxI discussed my concerns with person today because I kind of felt like it was my responsibility. I'm glad I did it because now I feel like I've set boundaries. If I was behaving in such a way, I would hope that someone--anyone, would say something to me. Maybe person was unaware of the behavior. To sit and watch a potential train-wreck and not do anything about it, in my opinion, is wrong in many ways. I said what I had to say and did what I had to do.
Thanks for the advice. It is certainly appreciated.