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What Every Target of Workplace Bullying Needs to Know

The Co-Worker From Hell

by Steven
(Philadelphia, Pa. 19130)

This bitch was so horrible I just quit working there.

I'm a massage therapist, I got hired on the spot at a very nice spa.

When I first started working there it was ok, she was a little cold to me but I didn't think anything of it. Sometimes we even chatted about movies and such and one day out of weird circumstances had drinks after a work shift.

As time went on, she started crossing boundaries like loudly saying embarrassing aspects about myself to other co-workers and sometimes even in front of clients.

One day I was told I had to use the massage room she is usually in because my room was temporarily being used. She left post it notes EVERYWHERE saying don't touch this, I want this room exactly how I left it. This is MY room etc. I was careful not to touch a thing, when she got back the next day she went ballistic because something was unplugged. Instead of just plugging it in herself, she went on a rampage on how sloppy I am and what a horrible co-worker I am.

Many horrible scenarios happened with her happened but it would take 4 pages to talk about it.

Finally the straw that broke the camels back was, she was not only dispensing medical advice to MY clients but also telling them how she could do the massage better.

When I hesitantly asked her to leave my clients alone she said "pick your battle bubs."

Enough is enough, the next day I gave my two weeks notice.

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