What can I do about an employee picking out all my flaws and making them known?

Its like everything I do wrong this person has to find and tell on me.I mean instead of saying hey you messed up on this,do you need some help?No its haha you messed up figure out how to fix it.I haven't been at my job long and still don't know what to do in alot of cases,I kinda try to figure it out on my own.No one around here will show you.

Asked By: Tinkerbell82 - 11/2/2006
Best Answer - Chosen by Asker
That co-worker is trying to kiss butt to look so good... However, if the manager, or supervisor should notice this, the fact that he/she con't even offer any bit of assistance makes him/her look pretty bad on record... If that supervisor does not keep note of such actions, then he/she is as biased as the coworker... More
Answered By: Middlehitter - 11/2/2006
Additional Answers (8)
They probably just look at you as competition.
Answered By: Redhot - 11/2/2006
Ask your manager for assistance. However, do not comment on the fact that the other person is pointing out your flaws. Just explain that you are trying to learn your position better and need some assitance. Ask if they can dedicate someone to help you.
Answered By: Bill W - 11/2/2006
Say thanks for your input, but because I am still new I'm figuring everything out. I'm going to learn how everything works and if I need help, I will be sure to ask you.
Answered By: Emily - 11/2/2006
I would keep searching for a new job If asked in an interview why were you at this present job for such a short time, explain to them that it wasn't a well working team of employees, and you are searching for a better organized team to work with. Or Stick with it and become the team leader there.
Answered By: handymandanvt - 11/2/2006
Does your boss know that no one is helping you... More
Answered By: Jane - 11/2/2006
I would sit down with your supervisor and ask for full instructions on the tasks you need help with. Take extensive notes. Food for thought this person that keeps picking out your flaws is probably jealous. Perhaps they wanted the job you were hired for and they didn't qualify for it.
Answered By: mmayhem - 11/2/2006
It sounds as though your co-worker feels threatened - why wouldn't they want to help someone new? My advice... More
Answered By: sheloves_dablues - 11/2/2006
sounds like you need to talk to the Bose. or find another job
Answered By: porky - 11/2/2006
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