How should I address this work situation (if at all)
I have been working at my current job for 5 years now. I’m not sure how to put it, but lately I’ve felt “picked on” by a co-worker (lets call her Jane). For example, today she straight out yelled at me for something that was not a big deal at all. My other co-worker actually came up to me afterwards and said that Jane was totally out of line and didn’t know why she overreacted so badly. What really bothers me is that another co-worker (lets call her Anna) who makes a lot of mistakes never gets in trouble, and yet Jane blames me for it half the time. Jane never yells at Anna for her mistakes because they are close friends. I don’t know if I am being childish by feeling like this. I don’t know if I should mention it to my boss and I don’t know how. I have been told by my boss that I am one of her best employees, and I know I am not perfect but I certainly feel like I shouldn’t be treated like I’m stupid and blamed for things that I have not done. Should I bring this up with my boss? Or should I stick it out—I plan on leaving after I graduate university in May.
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