My supervisor wants to “fire” a volunteer because he makes a lot of mistakes she has to fix. Well, my supervisor makes a lot of mistakes that the whole staff have to fix behind her back. We can’t directly tell her how incompetence she is, because she’ll throw tantrums like a teenager. Isn’t really shocking, she acts like a 15 year old brat but is at retirement age. She points out how the volunteer is incompetent, but doesn’t realize her own faults. Talking about being a hypocrite, it takes a dumb person to know one!
I was going through the finance files, and noticed how some of the numbers are extremely inflated. My supervisor is claiming she spent $2000 on gas for work for just one month. That is definitely impossible since I only seen her drive about 5 times in the month, and the drives are short distances. In order for her to spend $2000 in one month for gas, she would have to drive at least 100 miles a day, which is not the case for her.
Not really my problem, since I am not paying out of my pocket for this….the company is!
Since my supervisor has an unhealthy obsession with wanting to look important and rich, she wanted to hold a meeting at a restaurant. We ran into a bunch of obstacles because she doesn’t want to pay any money. She really expected restaurant and event managers to offer their spaces for free, which was pretty much impossible. She then complains about how people wanted to charge for a meeting space. What she doesn’t see is how the managers all would have NOT benefited from offering a free space. My dumb supervisor is a taker, but never a giver.
Today my supervisor needed me to help her (and then she got distracted considering her mental health and ADHD issues) because she basically fooled the government. There are caseloads of confidential information from March, April, May, and June that were not “finalized”, but she managed to make it look like she completed the work.
So what are the consequences if I rat her out? Management is always buddy buddy with each other, and sadly, management is incompetent.