What to do when an assistant manager is trying to get you fired?

Okay so I work at a pizzeria, and I'm a delivery driver, we just got a new general manager in position at our store, and I'm getting to warm up to her right? Well Sunday my assistant manager pulled me aside and like fired me, supposedly with my new gm's permission to do so, but I had a meeting with her and she never told him to do that so I got re-hired. But it makes me think that because this assistant manager didn't get his way this time, what's to stop him from keeping on trying to get me fired? I don't know if I should tell someone higher, because my gm kind of has an idea of his intentions, but I don't know if I should start looking for another job and put in my 2 week notice or stay there and see what happens, I've never been fired from a job before and I'm not willing to gain that on my work record. So I'm confuse. Please help!

Asked By: Cassie R - 4/25/2007
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Sit down with your gm and have a frank (yet positive) discussion with her. Let her know why you like your job, what you think you bring to the position, AND let her know you feel that given this incident, your job may be threatened by the assistant manager. Try not to bad-mouth him but rather to express concern about... More
Answered By: Cat - 4/25/2007
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Do you want the job or not? Decide from there.
Answered By: csucdartgirl - 4/25/2007
Document, Document, Document. Even if it means keeping a journal of the day to day activities while at work. I would also voice my concerns to the head manager that you think that the assistant manager may have a personal vendetta against you (use the example of being quasi-fired to make your point).
Answered By: mt_pelion - 4/25/2007
What was his reason for "firing" you? If it's warranted theres not much you can do, if not then just do well at your job and don't give him a reason to.
Answered By: jays1380 - 4/25/2007
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