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alexhay
03-11-2006, 05:42 PM
anyone of you have encountered a colleague which is not a team player...

in my team all of us work together to get things resolved but there is one particular colleague dont like to work together. even when ask her a question, she just shout say that she is busy.... i had to handover some of my job to her and until today she still have not come to me for guidance despite sending her email and also her manager had spoken to her.

i just leave it..anything happen let her take the blame.. the job of mine is very important and the top management is taking very serious concern in it. (but from time to time, i did some followup just to cover myself..at least i know what is going on..)

even during team building, she seems like to be alone..

yes being alone is your own character but when come to work, learn to work with your colleagues.as it will get things done faster...

even when my colleague tried to help her, she just shouted at him.. now he is already piss off with her already.. ppl offering help and she just ignore...even her manager also talk to her, she ignore... she seems like she is in the world of her own...

birdy
03-11-2006, 09:31 PM
well... she will soon receive her lesson if she continues to shout at people.....one way you might want to consider is to highlight her attitude to her superior or let your superior to talk to her superior.

Ullas Sahadevan
03-11-2006, 10:04 PM
I guess such people are either not interested in their job or they are too individualistic. You get to see these odd ones once a while. I think its the manager's duty to explain to her nicely in no less clear terms what is expected of her at the workplace.

If you as a colleague is covering up for her, that's fine to some extent, but know where to draw the line.

alexhay
06-11-2006, 09:46 AM
well... she will soon receive her lesson if she continues to shout at people.....one way you might want to consider is to highlight her attitude to her superior or let your superior to talk to her superior.

birdy.... once i went out lunch with her superior and we saw her...her superior greeted her and ask her want to join us and she just ignore him only... it also happen a few times already..

alexhay
06-11-2006, 09:48 AM
I guess such people are either not interested in their job or they are too individualistic. You get to see these odd ones once a while. I think its the manager's duty to explain to her nicely in no less clear terms what is expected of her at the workplace.

If you as a colleague is covering up for her, that's fine to some extent, but know where to draw the line.

hi ullas..yeah...even the manager had spoken to her but yet..just plain ignorance... i had drew my line clearly already... :)