Before I went on vacation (which is why I haven't posted in so long) one of my managers took me aside and said "We need to have a meeting, so you should call the Union Rep."
I asked him what it was about and he said, "Don't worry. It's not a medication error." Ummm.... okay. I didn't ask what it's *not* Sigh. I ask for a little more information and he says that someone sent him an email about my behaviour. I'm very confused at this point. I have never had a patient seem to dislike me, and I am friendly and professional with my coworkers.
He says that I should try to arrange the meeting for before I leave. Hah. I have work every single day before leaving, and my flight the day I leave is at ass o'clock in the morning.
So I put it off.
I got back yesterday, and the other manager says, "We need to have a meeting about your attitude and behaviour. We need to have a heart-to-heart." Why does a heart-to-heart require a Union Rep? So I call the Union Girl and leave her a message.
I haven't gotten confirmation yet that she's coming. We're supposed to meet at 1515, so I have to call her again on my way in.
I've never had to deal with "office politics" before. I've never had anyone not like me enough to talk to a manager about it.
I've asked around a bit to see if anyone's overheard something. I wish I knew who it was and what s/he said. It's not so much that i want to confront the person, but it'd help me analyze my own shortcomings and improve on them.