Okay, so remember a while back when I was whining about being unemployed? well I went and did something about it and found another job.
I ended up in the healthcare system for a home visit nursing outfit. (no names will be given to protect wankers)
anyway, things were going along pretty well until we got bought out by an out of state company and I got transferred into another department within the company. In short, my new job was similar in nature to my last...scheduling and document processing.
this is where the trouble started.
I have my own way of doing things. It works for me and it meshed pretty well with the field staff I worked with. Problem is, the person picked to be my nominal superior (not supervisor) had her
own way of doing things and wanted me to work her way.
Her way was not as efficient nor as service friendly as my way.
Long story short, not only did I have my own way of doing things and did not care to be told how to do the job I could already do exceptionally well, but I was vocal about it. Nominal superior decided she didn't like that and brown-nosed her way up the chain of command and proceeded to make my life miserable, including getting me written up on several occasions for "insubordination." When I tried to explain my process and why I felt it worked better than her way, I was shut out.
My last day was spent packing out my desk, saying farewell to the few people I counted as friends and told my HR director to "Have an Interesting Life."
anyway, I found another job within a week of leaving and I was happy