Misunderstood

A few weeks after the “efficiency is causing problem” incident, the lead decided to talk to me about it. The apparent oh-you-misunderstood-me and the I-did-not-say-those-words set the tone for the short meaningless conversation.

I know what I heard. And she denied saying it. In the end, she did not apologize because she told me it was a misunderstanding. Whatever… I am looking for a job and I will be leaving as soon as I get one. I was not going to but because of this conversation, I am editing my resume.

 

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