I woke up this morning feeling very bad about how I behave around someone I work with, and I don't know if it's justified or not. I'm not a confrontational person, preferring to be more passive-aggressive. The other people I work with feel the same but continue to act normal around her but I just cannot bring myself to act how I feel is two faced around her.
She's the kind of person who will ask you questions about yourself, so you will ask them back, and she can talk about everything that's going on in her life, and uses it as an excuse constantly.
She used to be a team leader but quit because she said it was too hard, but now she works with us she tries to boss her superiors about, even screaming in my manager's face when asked to do something quite reasonable.
I'm fed up because she's not a team player, and I've only recently noticed this. If I do some extra jobs when we're not busy, she will tell my manager that she did them (even though I write on our paperwork that I did it).
On Friday she asked my boss if she could leave early because we weren't busy. My boss asked her if myself and the two other people working were okay with that, she told her that we were. My boss thought nothing of it until I told her that the first time we were told was when she told me she was going! Then the next day she complained to our team leader that certain stuff hadn't been done before we left that night!
I'm sick of her attitude. The way she talks to management and other members of staff is despicable, and you have no idea what mood she will be in when you start a shift with her.
So the way I've started to deal with it is just obviously ignoring her. I worked with her last night, and I kept out of her way.
I suppose I'm more worried that she'll go running to my boss acting like I'm bullying her, when in actual fact I get more work done when I'm not putting up with her antics.