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In the firey depths of hell....  

secret_lade 46F
5230 posts
5/20/2020 4:30 pm
In the firey depths of hell....


There sits my office.

What could be more awkward?

Boss #1's wife (estranged?) showing up in my office door?

Said wife asking me to fax Boss #1's benefit information to benefits?

Having 3 coworkers immediately ask me what she wanted the moment she left my office?

Having Boss #2 call me on her day off, moments later, to find out why said wife was in my office??

Good lord people.... I've felt less anxiety waiting for a pregnancy test result to come back after an unexpected missed period.

tickles4us 58M
7194 posts
5/24/2020 8:44 am

    Quoting secret_lade:
    He bona fide sent her to me to fax his retirement info... He wrote a note on it. Too many nosey people.
I wouldn't accept a note alone for such an issue. I hope you heard from him directly.

Funny thing when I divorced my wife after finding out about some things she had been doing etc. I found a piece of paper where she had been practicing writing my signature...

Vive La Difference


secret_lade 46F
3662 posts
5/22/2020 2:05 am

    Quoting  :

As long as the drama doesn't involve me, it can be pretty entertaining. LOL


secret_lade 46F
3662 posts
5/22/2020 2:04 am

    Quoting citizen4722:
    You've got some very nosy office workers
Believe me, I do!


secret_lade 46F
3662 posts
5/22/2020 2:03 am

    Quoting lindoboy100:
    Oh dear.....stuck in the middle with.....well, no one, you're on yer own there McLade!!

    If it happened here (something similar happened to me several years ago) we would advise that requests for confidential information need to be dealt with through formal channels - lawyers, court orders etc. Not sure what to say to the boss all the same, he'd likely feel entitled to know what it was all about!

    Funnily enough, I have an idea that you may have sorted this out in the most appropriate way, ye're a canny one McLade!
Yes, thankfully, I was able to sort it out and take care of it without getting everyone all pissy. The note to me, in Boss #1's hand, asking me to fax it to a secific number helped.


citizen4722 62M  
67054 posts
5/21/2020 9:03 am

You've got some very nosy office workers


lindoboy100 57M
21302 posts
5/21/2020 3:03 am

Oh dear.....stuck in the middle with.....well, no one, you're on yer own there McLade!!

If it happened here (something similar happened to me several years ago) we would advise that requests for confidential information need to be dealt with through formal channels - lawyers, court orders etc. Not sure what to say to the boss all the same, he'd likely feel entitled to know what it was all about!

Funnily enough, I have an idea that you may have sorted this out in the most appropriate way, ye're a canny one McLade!

Pull ma finger.........


secret_lade 46F
3662 posts
5/20/2020 11:47 pm

    Quoting clittywhisperer1:
    this is why I went to college for 8 yrs .So I can be self employed and not have to work for or with anyone I do not choose to . My life is private ,go get your own please .
Lucky you! I went to college, but my degree puts me in an office setting.


secret_lade 46F
3662 posts
5/20/2020 11:44 pm

    Quoting ProfessorNaught:
    Response: Boss #1 wife: I'm sorry, I'm not allowed to fill your request.
    Response: Peers: I'm sorry, I'm not allowed to disclose that information. Why are you asking?
    Response: Boss #2: Let me call you back?

    In some states, even the wife has no authority to request the disclosure and transmission of health related information - especially from within a company unless she works there and has management authority over the personal information. And presuming you're in a position of access to such information, 'peers' have no right to your privilege knowledge. Finally, office business comes first - call someone else for your office gossip .
All very good answers.... In this case, I did not have to look anything up or disclose anything. I looked through the paperwork needing to be faxed, no personal info was involved, just a formality containing his personal note requesting me to fax.


secret_lade 46F
3662 posts
5/20/2020 11:37 pm

    Quoting mc_justmc:
    Yikes! I wouldn't want to be in the middle of that!
This is literally keeping me up tonight. I have to work with Boss #2 tomorrow.... Ugh


secret_lade 46F
3662 posts
5/20/2020 11:35 pm

    Quoting  :

Yes they do!


secret_lade 46F
3662 posts
5/20/2020 11:34 pm

    Quoting pagancountrygirl:
    You need to hang a bunch of garlic over your doorway and see if that will prevent some of those unwanted/uninvited people from dropping in.
Sometimes I wish I had a cloaking device!! Lol


secret_lade 46F
3662 posts
5/20/2020 11:33 pm

    Quoting lonlyforlove2:
    Not sure why people are just so nosy, I guess some are more than others, it also is akin to the beginning of gossip!!! I would say the least amount of info that can be given is better..Less chance of inaccurate gossip!!!
There was a lot of drama involved right from the start created by Boss #1. Bad situation all the way around.


secret_lade 46F
3662 posts
5/20/2020 11:31 pm

    Quoting Paulxx001:
    lol 😂... Ahhh... 'The Office Drama 🎭'. I don't miss it at all. But.. it's a lot of fun, isn't it? 🤔 🍷🍷😎
It's only fun when it doesn't involve me. I'm a little pissed at the co-worker who immediately texted boss #2. Fucking tattle tale.


secret_lade 46F
3662 posts
5/20/2020 11:29 pm

    Quoting 69ereatwetpussy:
    could imagine the story go the office after you left.
    so whats going on retire and she wants her fair share
He bona fide sent her to me to fax his retirement info... He wrote a note on it. Too many nosey people.


clittywhisperer1 55M
1331 posts
5/20/2020 8:25 pm

this is why I went to college for 8 yrs .So I can be self employed and not have to work for or with anyone I do not choose to . My life is private ,go get your own please .


ProfessorNaught 107M
1147 posts
5/20/2020 7:02 pm

Response: Boss #1 wife: I'm sorry, I'm not allowed to fill your request.
Response: Peers: I'm sorry, I'm not allowed to disclose that information. Why are you asking?
Response: Boss #2: Let me call you back?

In some states, even the wife has no authority to request the disclosure and transmission of health related information - especially from within a company unless she works there and has management authority over the personal information. And presuming you're in a position of access to such information, 'peers' have no right to your privilege knowledge. Finally, office business comes first - call someone else for your office gossip .


mc_justmc 60M
6145 posts
5/20/2020 6:15 pm

Yikes! I wouldn't want to be in the middle of that!


pagancountrygirl 62F
5182 posts
5/20/2020 5:48 pm

You need to hang a bunch of garlic over your doorway and see if that will prevent some of those unwanted/uninvited people from dropping in.

Pagan
Hmmmm....I know I left that wand around here somewhere!


lonlyforlove2 77M
7863 posts
5/20/2020 5:34 pm

Not sure why people are just so nosy, I guess some are more than others, it also is akin to the beginning of gossip!!! I would say the least amount of info that can be given is better..Less chance of inaccurate gossip!!!

Be sure to look in at lonlyforlove2 . It may make you smile


Paulxx001 63M
17025 posts
5/20/2020 5:31 pm

lol 😂... Ahhh... 'The Office Drama 🎭'. I don't miss it at all. But.. it's a lot of fun, isn't it? 🤔 🍷🍷😎

... is there another way to look at it.
We Have Lost Forty Million Good Men WTF


69ereatwetpussy 58M
3124 posts
5/20/2020 5:01 pm

could imagine the story go the office after you left.
so whats going on retire and she wants her fair share


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