||[Jul. 2nd, 2007|10:41 am]
The Question Club
So this is my dilemma.
At work I sit right next to a security guard. We work together, we are on a "team". Well, our boss quit and his boss took over and she has been a little...annoying lately. She's been somewhat "micro-managing" us. I still do my work, I just complain about it. Well, Randy hasn't been doing some of his work lately, which causes me to have to do it. I don't have a lot of work to do, but if I'm doing something and he gets in his mood, I have to stop what I'm doing, to do it. He just sits there. He's not answering the phones when I'm on the phone and that is part of his job too. I mean the other day I had someone on hold and was talking to another person and there were 2 more calls coming in and he just sat there looking up body builders. I had to say something to him for him to help me. Hold on. Just like right now I had to stop what I was doing (granted I'm not really working right now) and call HR for someone. When he should have done it. Also...we have different phones with different lines, and I generally answer my line and let him answer his, but it seems that he doesn't want to answer his. He wants me to take messages for him, like I'm his secretary or something. So...anyway, I think you get the idea.
I just don't know what to do. If I say anything to him he gets upset and he complains. So should I just go to our boss and tell her what's going on? Or should I just deal with it. I hate confrontation.