Just so annoying!

April 4, 2017 2:20pm CST
There's this one co worker of mine who is good at intervention specially in the business of others. I don't ask questions so much if I know the answer would be confidential. I only ask if I need to understand things. To me it is very unethical and rude to tell the CEO how he should be running the business. Its owners reserve the right to limit the information they can disseminate to their employees. I know what this person wants is improvement however kind of annoying because she is already meddling with the job she's not suppose to be doing. I already talked to her about this but she just believed in herself way too much and that she's too smart for the job that she has. Kind of this is her behavior already. This is also one of the reasons why she was not promoted with prior jobs and got terminated eventually. I don't know what to do. I cannot work with that. I cannot leave her alone too because what I do is directly linked to what she does. We work directly with the owners of the business by the way. And I know they're already annoyed too because again, she's asking for something that's confidential which every business has. In short she wants her voice to be heard with how the business should grow. And she wants it only her way. I think its not bad because she only wants for it to be better right?
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8 responses
@epiffanie (10447)
• Australia
15 Apr 17
If I was the owner of the business, I'll get rid of her if she is that annoying .. I'm sure the owners know where they want their business to go and how to grow their business..
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15 Apr 17
I hope they've seen that. Nah! I got rid of them @epiffanie I can't work with people like that. I couldn't find my harmony already. She's acting as if she's my boss when she's not for what she calls "her initiative".
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@ShifaLk (8581)
• India
12 Apr 17
Ohh.it doesn't sound good even if her intentions are not wrong because nobody knows what's in the heart of others.. It's also called manner less..
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13 Apr 17
And I can't just work with that. My work life balance starts with harmony at work. And I don't have it if she's there. Because she does all the talking but with no sense.
• Commerce, Georgia
15 Apr 17
@homebasedbobbie maybe she is just trying room show off her talants?
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@ShifaLk (8581)
• India
15 Apr 17
@homebasedbobbie oh so maybe you can ask her to stop or complaint in personal (without showing your name) to the boss/administration
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@SamG743 (49)
• New Mumbai, India
4 Apr 17
It doesn't sounds good. I think she still don't know that she's an employee. Being too much smart is always not good and If it's a career then it will not work. This is kind of rude. And that's her problem. If you are honest then don't worry.Told her again about that topic. If she gets understood then ok if not let her do what she wanted to be.
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4 Apr 17
I just can't help it honestly. I have been telling her about the boundaries of where we should stop asking. She wont. Urrggghh.. Maybe she wants to be the business partner? lol. I don't know. ahaha
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• New Mumbai, India
4 Apr 17
@homebasedbobbie yeah may be something like that. Or who knows if she's a Spy. LOL
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4 Apr 17
@SamG743 well, who knows. maybe if she can uncover the top secret, she would steal the idea. and either start a business of her own or sell it to others for a price. hahahaha. ha ha. she just don't know when to stop.
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@Hari101 (1132)
• Chennai, India
22 Apr 17
There are always people like her in every office but I agree, this is a hard situation to you. But try to stay away from her. I think that is the only thing you can able to do now.
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22 Apr 17
Well honestly, I had to quit. We both have to work closely together because we are both project managers. ha ha ha. I had to quit because I don't want my boss to keep paying me yet my productivity is not at 100%. I already have exerted my entire positivity in there. and she's just unbelievable. lol. ha ha ha. I gave everything to her instead.
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@Hari101 (1132)
• Chennai, India
23 Apr 17
@homebasedbobbie Don't worry and keep up your integrity. Just show your values and don't waste time on her. It is good that you have moved on. A very wise decision.
@DianneN (91967)
• United States
16 Apr 17
One must learn respect and manners!
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16 Apr 17
However, that one didn't. Too overwhelmed with what she has in mind.
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@OreoBrownie (3653)
• Commerce, Georgia
13 Apr 17
I agree. Leave it up to the company commanders to figuse it out.
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15 Apr 17
I already did. My rate there isnt good anyway. But I just love doing the job. I only don't like people like that.
@josie_ (8012)
• Philippines
13 Apr 17
She's trying to make an impression on your boss. Office politics waste a lot of time and is not conducive to business productivity.
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16 Apr 17
The impression that even the bosses are also annoyed however not doing anything to stop her. A little coaching wouldn't hurt but yeah. I just have to let go. I work in peace and harmony for a 100% productivity and she's just making it so impossible lol.
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@JudyEv (141602)
• Bunbury, Australia
11 Apr 17
I guess she just needs to learn to be more diplomatic with her suggestions and questions.
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12 Apr 17
I got tired @JudyEv . ha ha ha ha ha won't be back there anymore. I just cant work that way.
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