My boss gave me her decision last week, which is terminating my contract.
However, something is hindering her decision from upper management, especially that I didn't apply for the job, and I had to relocate.
Moreover, my boss is famous for being bad at retaining permanent contract employees.
Since this procedure of terminating me was triggered, she became distant and started marginalizing me again.
This morning, I went to work with a bag, as I was expecting a formal letter about the end of my contract this month.
I was nervously expecting that damn notification to get that famous letter.
(She submitted the formal decision of terminating me on Tuesday, and the guy who is supposed to do paperwork was supposed to contact me today).
Instead, my boss came and started asking about my tasks that I finished long ago but she didn't prioritise them.
I suspected that my behavior of keeping it secret and not telling anything negative about my boss + finishing and pushing some of work to remote repository made upper management change their mind (I was being loyal despite the bad news).
My boss started involving me again ...
When I spoke to HR last week, they told me they (the whole HR personnel) were shocked about her unfair decision, and I should urgently start looking.
I told them I was interviewing.
My boss seemed undecided over the last three months. Sometimes she became nice and started giving me hope, and some other times, she would go off and become hostile.
Is there a decision from upper management to cancel my termination or is my fate sealed?