By vmml97 - 17/08/2009 21:16 - Canada
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Wow that's blunt. Did you do something to deserve it? Maybe you're too mean to people.
People just hate others at the workplace because either they do a better job, are more efficient or don't socialize but work constantly. So OP literrally got fired for doing a better job. nowadays, at the work place, effort and efficiency doesn't count, just how much you socialize and 'have fun'
haha wow, number 24 obviously is someone that no one likes in the workplace. you were one of those kids whose parents told you had no friends because the other kids were jealous weren't you? FYI: they werent jealous. You were and apparetly still are a douchebag, and have no idea.
And #28 and #32 were those kids whose parents told them it was okay to be a bully and be pointlessly cruel to other kids because "my little darlings are just expressing themselves and being lively!" I bet you're the guys/gals who bum around all day at the office socializing instead of working...
did you really expect him to answer you differently? YDI for thinking you're that valuable.
I can understand why the OP would ask, or maybe 'why am I being fired' Doesnt really get a YDI for asking, but a YDI for acting however he did that made everyone hate him. But honestly, there have been a few co-workers of mine that I wished the manager had fired them and said that to them.
It's a woman, btw. I think she was just constantly a bitch to everyone and they got tired of her. If you didn't ask why you were being fired, then you obviously knew that you were doing something wrong. And if your manager doesn't care who (if anyone) replaces you, then you clearly did something very wrong. YDI for being a bitch.
We know nothing about her? How did you come to that conclusion? 1. OP was fired from her job. 2. OP was told "Everyone who works here hates you". 3. To instill that much hatred in your coworkers to actually be fired because of it requires a major personality failure on the part of the OP. Therefore the OP is a bitch.
I'm going with YDI here, people just don't do that sort of thing for no reason.
They often do it to people who work harder than them or don't take their BS. More often than not, that's why people are "hated" at an office. It happens to people who either refuse to participate in the constant badmouthing of everybody that others do, or who are more interested in working than in catching up on gossip, but sooner ot later, the little cliques and groups want to eject them...
Well I don't know where you work, but in my company it works the other way around. People get fired for being assholes who don't pull their weight, bitch and moan about the job while everybody else is doing it, and spread bullshit gossip about everyone to everyone else. I'm glad my area of expertise has down-to-earth people, not toddlers.
I'd suggest taking some time to really think about your actions at your last job and how they may be perceived by others. Remember, you know the reasons behind your own actions. Others must use your actions to infer your reasons. They're also far less likely to accept excuses.