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Was I wrong? I was scheduled to work 7:45-3 on Monday?

and the girl I was supposed to open with late, she kept texting me letting me know that there were trains and that she would be late, she did not arrive until 8:10, our drive up at my office was supposed to open at 8, I had asked my supervisor to please adjust my time, when he asked what time we opened, I told him the truth, he could verify and check what time we opened, he can also check and see what time the alarms were turned off, Today is my day off and the girl who I opened with just sent me a angry text asking why in the world would I tell the supervisor we opened late? I did not mean to be a snich, but he could check and see what time we got there, and I really don't need to be docked for her being late. There were also about 3 customers coming in the drive up, I did not mention that to her or the supervisor, I work in a bank if that matters.

Asked By: stars in my eyes - 6/16/2009
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Being honest with your supervisor is key and very important in today's tough economy and tough job market. Your co-worker's display of dishonesty and even mentioning or texting you about her dishonesty is NOT your problem... More
Answered By: moviemaven - 6/16/2009
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You were not wrong. Yeah, you were a snitch, but this is your income. Tell the other girl that just because SHE was late, does not mean that it should come out of YOUR check. Let her know, that you only wanted the supervisor to adjust your time and you did not do it to rat her out.. Tell her that next time she is... More
Answered By: Ryan M - 6/16/2009
 
you definatly did the right thing, dont let her bully you into thinking you were in the wrong... More
Answered By: alison c - 6/16/2009
 
You did the right thing. It is not your job to cover your workmate's behind. She needs to take responsibility for herself and not think that you will always be covering for her. She needs to grow up and learn to plan ahead and get to work on time. You did good. Keep it up.
Answered By: Beccatoots - 6/16/2009
 
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