(Closed) NWR: coworker/friend advice

posted 9 years ago in Emotional
Post # 3
381 posts
Helper bee

You have to bring it to management’s attention after warning her.  I had the same situation with a good male friend of mine who was subordinate to me… unfortunately, he ended up getting fired.  Our friendship isn’t as close anymore, but the stress that was alleviated made everything worth it.  Lest you become resposible for one of her mistakes, I would recommend warning her and then turning it over to someone for repercussions, if needed.

Post # 4
6661 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: May 2010

Hmmm.. I think you have to separate your personal life from work life in this situation. If the fact is she’s not doing her job properly and it’s affecting others, then you have to report her. You could always try talking to her about it first, but if she doesn’t report into you I guarantee she won’t listen. Just tell your boss you want to help her out, but she’s too needy and needs to be redirected elsewhere for questions, etc. I’m sure your boss will understand, especially if he/she values you as an employee.

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