- Hubbard Hill Estates08.Feb 2016
Support from management
My supervisor was a wonderful woman on a personal level who I enjoyed talking with. When it comes to professional relationships, I was made aware early she discussed employees with other employees, which is highly frowned upon by most. I also felt my morals and character were questioned when I was insulted and basically called a liar when I claimed a resident refused a fellow employee to clean her room and then requested myself to perform normal duties the following day. It made me question what kind of person she seen me as and made me feel bad in general.
98 percent of my colleagues were very rude to me for no reason. Honestly, I was enjoyed by all of my peers at work accept those in my specific department. If we were at a department luncheon, I felt I was purposefully ignored by several of the women to the point another coworker, who was accepting and became a friend of mine, noticed. It made for a rather hostile work environment and I still behaved in a courteous manner and continued to feel like I was given the cold shoulder. It wasn't just me this happened to, there were two other women in my department who started 2 weeks earlier than me, and those women both ended up finding new employment elsewhere due to receiving the same treatment as myself. If you work here in this department, you must remember you're here to assist the residents with cleaning and that if they enjoy you and appreciate you that's what really matters.