Hi, Heather. I'm glad you came to me to speak about the issues you've had recently.
Thank you for listening to me.
We can change the tasks that you're given in the same department and branch and if that doesn't work we can discuss what you are interested in and see if there are any openings in a different department
So, from what you are telling me, you want to be challenged more?
Yes, when I first began I looked forward to work but now everything has become routine.
Thank you for your advice and I like the first idea.
Next, someone has been eating your food?
To solve that issue, since you seem so passionate about your job, I want you to put your food in my fridge or we can track the person who has been doing that and confront them
If you don't mind me putting food in your fridge than I will happily do that.
Yes, and the situation has been going on for two weeks.
Thirdly, Julian's loud tapping is an issue. We can solve that conflict by changing the cubicle you're in or you can tell Julian that his typing is very loud.
I'll give Marc warning and if he doesn't stop then I'll have to lay him off for his bad character. There are multiple who would want his position and follow the rules.
I want to change my cubicle. Also, Marc has been parking in parking spot and I've confronted him about it but the situation hasn't changed.
Heather, to work around your schedule I first need a copy of your classes and I will send them to your manager to discuss what we can do. He will most likely try to work around your hours and try to do overtime but what you're asking is very difficult to do. If I can't do this then we can schedule to work in the afternoon to evenings during the days you have morning classes.
Thanks for listening to my conflicts and I want to work more hours to reach over time but I also want to go back to school to improve my skills in business so I'm going to need mornings off? Is there any way I could have both of these and not jeopardize my job
Thank you for listening to everything I had to say
Thank you for having the confidence to tell me this