- May 29, 2011
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Did you consider going to the office manager afterwards and asking why she threw you under the bus? Politely ask "did you forget about our conversation a few days ago..?".
She might have decided to go back and take some responsibility then. In the heat of the moment it's hard to do.
Just act like an adult, fer Chrissakes. Don't hold a grudge against her, go confront her in her office and have a conversation, explain that you thought that she should have been up-front to the boss about her role in your decision to do what you did, etc.
What have I done that's childish?
And no, that conversation would not go well in my work environment. My best option is to see through to the end of my probation period, garner some more experience during that time, and move along. I know she lied, and she knows she lied to save her own ass. Karma will take care of it. I'm just here to vent, and apparently as a reminder or lesson for the uninformed as to what to do in these types of situations. Maybe my example will help some other MLP'ers.