Dear Boss Lady,
I am writing this letter to tell you something you may very well already know. You’re a bitch.
I know we have been working together for just a short time, and already on two occasions I have been reduced to tears because of your belittling comments toward me. And while you may not appreciate my emotional response to your “mentoring” I don’t really care. It is what it is. When I am hurt, I cry.
There is no need to act the way you do. Do you think that because you’ve been around the block you have the right to treat people the way you do? I wouldn’t speak to my dog the way you spoke to me.
My work for you took me away from my family, took me away from a fun night watching TV with my girls, has caused me endless hours of worry… Guess what? No job is worth that, not in my world.
I tried to like you. I really did… at first. Now I’m not sure that I can deal with you professionally. And know this, I AM a professional.
So perhaps the best thing for us both is for me to walk away. I am sure you can find someone to replace me. After all, I was just a replacement for someone who walked away from your torment.
Perhaps you should think about your impact on others. Perhaps. Or you could spend the next 48 years of your life alone, just like the first 48.
So, CIAO. I’m outta here. Thanks for passing on some of your knowledge to me, I’ll put it to good use. Oh, and thanks for not passing on your bitchiness. I’m not into that… you know, the whole “You get more with honey…” business? Yeah, that. I’m into that… into being nice and kind and professional. I’m just not that into YOU!
Your FORMER Employee