So basically, I work at a private chiropractic office/physical rehab clinic for about 7 years now. My job title at the start has been “floater” (whatever that means) and throughout the years my tasks have drastically changed from one thing to another. (Not the problem.)
its not secret that I’m good with tech stuff and I love to help people when it involves technology since I can find more personal experience to learn if I don’t know the answer. However, my official job duties have recently come down to me doing Wc billing, posting checks, and dealing with wc mail and extra (which it wasn’t even attempted to train me on how to read them so that’s backed up)
Because I’m good at computers and tech and whatnot, somehow anything new system related, passwords, fixing things, questions, and all the other stuff related to basically ITT have been going to me and my responsibility(free) and saves them the trouble and funds on calling their real ITT guys as well as stops me from doing my work and backs me up.
Upon taking some initiatives, I’ve managed to try and make things better and fix things to bring more money that we were losing out on (missing info, blank insurances, inability to print on correct forms, just wrong info in general) which painted my supervisor in a bad light for “reasons”( not living up to her word or proof that she can’t handle everything she makes look fine).
So now my supervisor has been on a silent rampage, looking over my shoulder, talking behind my back, asking what I’m doing and who told me to do it, waiting till I leave to show Work to others that I did not do because she gave it to me little by little throughout the day, waiting till I left to invite EVERYONE in the office to an outing of fun and drinking for administrators day.
Would I be wrong if I just completely stopped helping EVERYONE with the tech stuff? Could I get fired for it? Is there anything I can do to fight back in some way?
My office has WAY MORE PROBLEMS, but yeah.