This is where it gets complicated so I will sum it up:
- ignored by my boss and ignored by colleagues. I work in an industry where if something doesn't pass testing it can go into someone body. Since day one it got me sick at night because I was the only one saying that we need to go to vendor and find out what is going on. Two months after me asking, it got escalated and we found out vendor has done some shady number keeping on their side, and their product may be bad (they recommended our company not use it). So what happens, they are still pushing to have testing add to "test the material in compliance". I am not on board
- plus the fact I work 9am to 9pm unnoticed and it is expected (rarely get credit but other people on my team get credit for less). No credit when things are thrown on me lasy minutes and I have till midnight that day to get it done.
- Finally, I am pretty sure the other girl on my level on the team is having an affair with my boss. My boss that doesn't listen to anything I have to say and tunes me out while he plays on his phone. The new person who started and trained on everything wrote nothing down, spaces out,, ask questions,, and still doesn't know her job six months in.
-I've tried to bid out of department since it is a big workplace nine times, everytime being second choice. It has been really tearing at my self esteem and made me sad...so I took a risk and decided to apply for jobs out of my "best in industry" pharma company I work for whom love to preach iclusivity, but doesn't treat you like a human. It especially saddened me there was a womans seminar and almost all team members go to go except me.. they they had the nerve to make a meeting about it afterwards for the women and men that didn't go (mind you, the boss picks whether y I u go).
So now I have two job offers and not sure which to go to and how to prepare with leaving my current job. Its amazing, both are managment positions and could be good career moves. Since I'm se sensitive to being ignored, it will be a good lesson as I go into management to not be that manager (only talk to my favorites or other directors so they can get ahead).
Still, how do I reset (besides washing my hands of bad decision making at the job I'm leaving)? How will I know which job would be the right move at this time in my life.
Hey. This job was a lesson for you, think like that. Accept a new job (go on both interviews and choose the one you prefer better). Find a job which is just for 8hours or less and find time for yourself. Your time is precious. Use time to do some hobbys, go in spa or something. It makes no sence to be in a bad job,especially if you have a possibility to change it for a better one. If they ask you on the interview why you end the last job just say diplomaticly that there was no more challenges for you there or something like that.