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    Women's Behaviour at Work

    I'm inviting stories on women's sh*t in the workplace. Advice on dealing with it is welcome. Here's a recent example of mine that has inspired this rant:

    I work in a technical job. I'm currently having some email back and forth with a woman who is supposedly a specialist in the field in question. I am having an issue with a procedure written by her team and its a very simple issue. I am having some ridiculous back and forth with her trying to get her to acknowledge something that is almost as simple as 2 + 2 = 4.

    She keeps changing the subject, claiming now she has never before seen equations that two emails ago she insisted are correct and keeps skimming emails and responding having clearly not read them properly. The most frustrating thing is having to dance around her nonsense because she's a woman. If I pulled this c*ap I would be told bluntly to read things properly, respond to the questions asked and do not try to change the subject.

    This is an increasingly common problem, women who can't or refuse to do their jobs properly and get away with it largely because men are terrified of how the woman will react if called out on her sh*t. Personally I'd be worried about her tearing up and running off to the bathroom, creating some "scene" in which I'm of course the bad guy.

    I really prefer working with men. I'm generally quite mild mannered but I can be assertive when required. The higher I've moved up in my company the more often it is required. With men, this works out fine. Its demoralising having to engage this set of skills to try and thread the needle when speaking to women. With men I just have to focus on sticking to my guns on the points I'm correct on.

    Any similar experiences all?

    Apologies to any poor f***er who just read all that.

    Rant over.

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    Re: Women's Behaviour at Work

    No reason to censor yourself here, buddy. Just type shit, crap and fucker to your heart's content!

    Ontopic: I've worked in a female-dominated environment (library), and they would often chat and continue chatting even when a customer was waiting to ask something, or loaning/returning books. The handful of men you see in libraries immediately stop what they're doing and focus on the customer, as is normal. So did I, no matter what I was working on, I immediately acknowledged the customer and made sure everything was taken care of, then continue what I was doing before that.

    I've often seen female colleagues having the nerve to chat for up to 3 minutes before helping the customer, at which I would often just wave the customer over to me. I too enjoyed chatting while at work, but if I saw, heard or even sensed that someone was coming over to the desk, I'd cut off the chatter immediately and do my job. It often annoyed me, seeing that happening, but what's a guy to do? Tell them to do their job when I was the new colleague? Go to HR that's filled with women? Go and tattle to the boss and potentially destroy any collegiality, fucking up each and every workday?

    No, I kept my mouth shut, or when I was sitting at a shared desk (customer services and information), and a customer was waiting at her side, I'd let her know that there was someone waiting, but other than that, nah.
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    Re: Women's Behaviour at Work

    Mansplain her ass all the way to the bathroom surfing on her own tears, that way she'll fear you, respect you, hate you, and likely stay away from you.

    Emotionally run them over like chipmunks.
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    Re: Women's Behaviour at Work

    In email discussions I've had with women who obfuscate, I've CC'd others on the team, maybe also my supv. Witnesses. People notice when others are watching so if that doesn't make her harness her thinking, I'm at least building a case in front of others in real time that there is a problem brought to her and she is not catching on. If she later complains, plenty of folks watched it unfold.
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    Re: Women's Behaviour at Work

    Quote Originally Posted by Unboxxed View Post
    In email discussions I've had with women who obfuscate, I've CC'd others on the team,... If she later complains, plenty of folks watched it unfold.
    I had to do the same recently with a junior (well, grown ass woman of 40) who kept fucking up, then got beaky with me (her boss). When HR got involved, she let loose on them as well; emails just sealed her fate.
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    Re: Women's Behaviour at Work

    As Unboxxed says, witnesses and a paper trail mean a lot if it ever comes to a formal dispute.

    But be wary of keeping a log of your own. While it is of great benefit in helping you remember specific details, if you must do this keep it to yourself and let nobody know otherwise it may be construed as you having a personal issue with the person in question and have simply been building a case for her downfall.
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    Re: Women's Behaviour at Work

    Quote Originally Posted by Resdayn View Post
    I've often seen female colleagues having the nerve to chat for up to 3 minutes before helping the customer
    I've also witnessed this and it is annoying as hell, but my personal hate is when they have their heads buried in their phones. It just makes me want to scream at them.
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    Re: Women's Behaviour at Work

    Quote Originally Posted by suspiciouscrow View Post
    I'm inviting stories on women's sh*t in the workplace.
    I only ever had one real dispute with a work colleague, it was almost 30 years ago, I was in my 20’s, and yes it was with a female. She was of a similar age.

    She would regularly come in to my office and pretty much demand that I stop what I was doing and help her with her work. Of course I would refuse and told her politely but firmly that I had my own work to do. She would immediately stomp off in a rage. I mean she would actually stomp.

    After a month or two of this happening 2-3 times a week it was brought to my attention by other colleagues that she had begun to stomp off straight to my supervisor complaining that I was preventing her from doing her work. The cheek of it. When this didn’t work for her she started going straight to the top.

    When I heard about this I pushed my supervisor into a meeting with her – I was going to straighten this out once and for all, there was no way I was going to allow some incompetent bint to sully my good name with my bosses. I was young and na´ve.

    So eventually the meeting came about. In front of the offending (offensive) person I explained my side of what was happening to my supervisor. At this point my co-worker immediately turned on the water works. I was disgusted at the obvious tactic and let it show – big mistake.

    My supervisors solution to the problem – from now on do whatever she (the colleague) asks. I explained to my supervisor that if I was to do that I would not be able to carry out my own duties properly and not only that it was effectively a demotion if she was to be given such authority over me.

    The decision stood.

    I bided my time until I found another position of employment.

    The co-worker, my supervisor and the boss were all female. I hadn’t an ice-cubes chance in hell of getting anywhere in that company and so I left. After all I was the big bad man that made a poor innocent girl cry.


    It didn’t dawn on me at the time, but afterwards I remembered an incident shortly before this began. At this stage she and I were quite friendly.

    You see there was this storeroom next to my office and for a short time it had a faulty lock, the handle was missing from the inside meaning it couldn’t be opened if it closed on you. I was in this storeroom looking for something when I heard the door close behind me. I turned around and there I was standing in a locked room with no simple way out looking at this young woman who had what I can only describe as a look of accomplishment on her face. It said to me ‘Well, here we are all alone in this locked room and you can’t escape. You’re mine!”

    Frantically I looked around, grabbed a tool off the shelf, slipped the catch on the door and got the hell out of there as fast as I could leaving her standing there. It took me all of about 20 seconds. I kinda wish I’d looked back to see the look on her face but I was in too much of a hurry.

    At least I now understood her motive: women do not tend to take rejection lightly. Lesson learned: do not get overly friendly with female co-workers. Be polite, be courteous but don’t give them any reason to think you might be interested in them personally.

    Maybe not very helpful to your predicament, but you asked for stories and this is mine.
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    Re: Women's Behaviour at Work

    Quote Originally Posted by Jackoff View Post
    I've also witnessed this and it is annoying as hell, but my personal hate is when they have their heads buried in their phones. It just makes me want to scream at them.
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