I've recently been approached by my manager in my new job. I'm doing great, and everyone seems to think so, yet they're still complaining about me (yet not to my face) about things I need to step up on. They're really stupid things that don't even matter, but it gives them something to say I've done wrong (they've been reaching for anything they can since day one). I was actually told multiple times that I shouldn't talk to them, and to sit back and listen instead because I don't know them and I need to get a feel for their personalities first before doing anything. That's how I am anyway because they're way too cliquey and I don't want anything to do with them. If it isn't job related, then we don't communicate at all. I was also told I need to respect my supervisor. I've always shown her respect so I really don't know what I'm supposed to do differently.The issue that put me over the edge that happened today was that they were discussing how a dr was going to do a procedure. We don't have the equipment he needs, so they said he will have to bring his own. I have knowledge of these procedures, and I know they need a particular med in order to do them, so I asked if they carry it. They weren't even sure if they had it. I was thinking it was a good thing I said something. Nope, I was wrong. My manager made a point to tell me that she had no doubt I knew that, but I really need to watch how I say those things around the people who aren't new. It was just a question! Had I not said something, they wouldn't have even known they needed it, and then we would have had problems when we discovered too late that we didn't have what he needed! I'll be doing the procedure, so I'm sure that would have come back on me if I hadn't spoken up! When I asked that question today, I was simply being a patient advocate. The last time I checked, that's my job.I do know the answer to my situation is to leave, and I'm about to do exactly that. My only thing is, after I finally put my notice in, how am I supposed to put up with these monsters for another two weeks when they know I'm running away? They'll probably be even worse than they are now, if that's even possible. I do my best to ignore it and I know that I'm better than them, but it really wears me down. I also know that the rule is to never burn a bridge, and I'd do exactly that if I were to tell the truth. Is it really best to keep quiet and let them do it to the next person who walks through that door, or should I be honest and tell them that the childish behavior I put up with every single day is completely unacceptable? Whatever I say, it'll only be in the exit interview though. I won't even address this with anyone in my department.