|Fortified with Sleestak|
How bad do you want to burn the perp? The right nuance could change the "Practical Joke" into harassment/hostile workplace with the comments placed after the phony signature line. Just a thought.
I have the heart of a lion.......and a lifetime ban from the Toronto Zoo.- Unknown
|Republican in training|
Well Nellie, looks like you better remember to log out.
As someone who loves to send instant messages from unlocked teammate's computers to other coworkers, I did chuckle a tiny bit. But, that's a bit over the top sending a resignation letter. Curious to know what they do to her if anything.
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|Knows too little |
about too much
A pharmacist is a professional, licensed position. Her actions indicate a lack of suitability for such a position. It seems to me that dismissal is, at minimum, a protective action that your mutual employer should consider.
The state licensing board may well take a dim view of this as well. I know their investigator and I suspect you do as well.
I hope she is canned forthwith.
TL Davis: “The Second Amendment is special, not because it protects guns, but because its violation signals a government with the intention to oppress its people…”
When I worked in municipal government we had a guy in our engineering department that would get on your computer and go to a mens gay websites. I was pissed and learned to log off even when I went to the copy machine.
As it turns out, he was gay. I didn't find it funny at all that my boss could come by and find that on my screen.
Living the Dream
|Hoping for better pharmaceuticals|
Somebody is going to lose her job. Probable grounds for harassment suit.
Getting shot is no achievement. Hitting your enemy is.
|His Royal Hiney|
Forget the resignation letter, I'd be really pissed at the signature line.
So I have to ask: are you really a "Negative Nellie, Mr. Always Right, and most irritating pharmacist to work with?"
She may say it's a joke but she may have done you a favor. I don't have any idea how you can do it but do people in your workplace look at you this way? If people saw that signature, would they chuckle and say, "Yep, that's him alright?" If true, you may want to readjust your own attitude. I don't know and have no opinion, just maybe this is a diamond gift in a pile of trash.
In either case, I'd still be pissed at the whole email AND the signature line. That's not a prank.
"It did not really matter what we expected from life, but rather what life expected from us. We needed to stop asking about the meaning of life, and instead to think of ourselves as those who were being questioned by life – daily and hourly. Our answer must consist not in talk and meditation, but in right action and in right conduct. Life ultimately means taking the responsibility to find the right answer to its problems and to fulfill the tasks which it constantly sets for each individual." Viktor Frankl, Man's Search for Meaning, 1946.
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