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Asked 338 days ago by a user from Saint Joseph, MO
I am working with the state and a coworker made an isolated comment that people do not listen to somebody that keeps their legs spread (I was pregnant and not married at the time) The same person with another coworker later got a hold of my birth announcement and replaced the father of my child's with other male coworkers and stuck it in their mail folders. Another day he sent out an email to staff stating their was a "soiled pad" in the restroom of our module. Before I was aware of the e-mail another coworker asked me if I left anything in the bathroom. I asked if they left something in their as a joke again (because they had before). I noticed I left a pad on the toilet paper dispenser apologized for leaving it and threw it away. The bathroom is attached to the module right behind the guy in the control. I was the only female working my shift that day. After my shift the next shift asked me why I kept the day room open because my shift told the next shift it was closed all day but they did not tell me. Then the next shift asked me if I left a pad in the bathroom and I found out that the email was sent out to staff about a "soiled" pad left in the module bathroom. I was very upset and started crying at this point. I have told supervisors but they asked me if I just needed more time after having my son and they said that I was too forgetful and that I did not so well in the control post. I felt like it was deflected. I also feel like all the guys on my shift are good friends and now that I've said something I will be treated worse than before or that they will try to find things for others to get upset with me for. I am stressed and about ready to just give up and quit.