Post # 1
I know that no one like a snitch, BUT, if someone promises you they are going to get something handled, strings you along and then when it gets to go time, stops returning your e-mails and calls….what do you do?
This is not some personal matter, but a professional quandary, AND bear in mind that if I do snitch, I’ll be snitching to my father because the person in question dropped the ball on his daughter….
I think I have a solution to the problem without this person, but still….what would you do?
Post # 3
Snitching to me sounds like something kids do, like for example if Gabby steals Mykel’s pencil and he cries to the teacher. Instead, he should ask for it back.
In this case, it sounds like someone did something wrong professionally…so telling your boss is not snitching.
Post # 4
I’m confused. But if it prevented me from getting my job done and I had consequences for the dropped ball (no matter who dropped it) I would seek alternative channels to get the issue handled. So I guess yeah, that’s snitching by definition.
Post # 5
Probably would not clasify this as snitching.
Post # 6
Well, after two unreturned voicemails today and an email telling him my new plan, they guy FINALLY came through…what is wrong with people? You have to threaten them to do their jobs nowadays or what?