Dear Evil HR Lady,
I have a new boss (as of June 2013). As new bosses tend to do, she came in with a “better way” of doing things. I try and be open minded but I do not agree with her vision. I say “we can agree to disagree” but that is not good enough for her. She demands agreement, which I cannot give since I do not agree. She comments on my body language, which she tells me she does not like. I find her to be creepy and my gut reaction is to be as far away from her as possible.
I am extremely good at my job. I have received “exceeds expectations” on my performance reviews by my former bosses (exceeds expectations is the highest rating you can get in my company). I have the respect of senior management.
I feel that my new boss is not a fan of me and I am wondering if I can be fired because of that. She and the SVP of HR are very chummy. They eat lunch together, spend time in each other’s offices (the offices at work are all glass).
If asked “do you like working for , do I have to answer that question? Is liking your boss a job requirement?
Please let me know what you think about being fired because my boss does not like me and vice versa.
To read the answer, click here: Can my boss fire me because she doesn’t like me?