- 8 years ago
- Wedding: August 2011
I work in the field of social work.
I work out of an office but the job description says that I am to occasionally go to schools when needed (in the little over a year in the position I have only gone to a school once).
Earlier this year, the co-ordinator for my program said that she had a laptop for me in my centre’s supervisor’s desk. I was to pick it up when I got a chance.
Well, a little bit after that, I switched offices. I didn’t pick up the laptop for a few reasons, mostly being at the other office and that the few times I was there I just honestly forgot.
Well, today I emailed the supervisor from the other office asking him about the laptop. The reason I remembered was because someone knew started there and I didn’t want my laptop given to him on accident.
The supervisor replied to me saying that he gave me the laptop and he doesn’t have it. I then replied to him and said that I never recieved it and maybe it was somewhere in the office. I called the co-ordinator and she asked me why I didn’t pick it up earlier and that it was irresponsible of me and that the supervisor and I have to deal with it ourselves.
After that, I emailed them both again saying that I never recieved it (just to make it clear). Then again the supervisor emailed me saying that he never got it. So first he said he gave it to me then he said he never got it.
I am worried that I am going to be responsible for this missing laptop now.
What should I do?
(sorry for the long post… just a tad stressed is all)