Then she started slamming the phone down whenever she got into an argument due to her distasteful personality and then swearing in front of other patients who were checking out.
Then she began coming to work early, clocking in and then sitting down to eat breakfast all while ignoring the phone, she even had the nerve to complain about the patients calling. I thought ''aren't we open? Then she started complaining about the way the doctor runs the practice because he likes being busy. She started taking control of everything and telling me not to book patients or to leave gaps open because the doctor doesn't want it booked.
When I ask if something had been done I'm usually met with ''oh I was busy helping out back'' as she scrolls through Facebook, twirling her hair and sipping coffee.
She is super nasty to me and even lies about me. I can't take it.
Of course she started crying and saying ''oh I meant it as joke.''
But the manager told her if she does it again our office is not the place for her.
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That sucks. I’ve had lazy coworkers but I was fortunate enough to mostly have hard working ones. The lazy ones I can remember we’re engineers when I was working for the railroad. I would want to get the work done that the yard master had given our crew and they would futz about the engines wasting lots of time. I can’t work without the engineer so sometimes it pissed me off. Old men with a little power and lost of experience sitting on their asses can be difficult.