Coworkers who hold grudges need to get over it and get a life. It’s as simple as that. Most folks who spend the majority of their emotional energy in the workplace stewing and thinking about vengeance are bound to get some of that negative energy thrown back in their faces.
This thread was posted to Reddit’s r/MaliciousCompliance subreddit by u/No-Scallion5434, an employee who works in insurance billing. OP learned three years into the job that during her second week at work, she asked her coworker a question about a certain task that really irked the coworker. Ever since that moment, the coworker has been trying to make it look like OP is bad at her job and even tried to get her fired several times.
So what happened when the conspiring coworker tried to make it look like OP wasn’t careful enough with her weekly tasks? Well, OP decided to be careful… so careful, in fact, that it would make her coworker’s life challenging. Keep scrolling below for the full account. When you’re finished, feel free to take a look at this post about another employee’s malicious compliance.