I started at this job 5 months ago and was hired permanently full time about a month and a half later. It's a medical billing department apart of a non-profit healthcare organization that manages multiple health centers.
Their A/R (accounts receivables) was at 62 days when I started. I was told by the director that it was stuck in the 60s for more than two years. He gave me some excuse about them having a problem collecting from a certain provider class (insurance) and blamed them among other things, for not paying on time. Most of these claims were denied and are between 1-2 years old, totalling about two million dollars. According to the director, they made a deal with them that would allow them to resubmit them for payment on the condition that it would be resubmitted quickly and accurately. I was hired as a temp to help resubmit more than two thousand claims to this insurance company. I basically had to do someone elses work (their own that financial class)
Long story short, the A/R is currently at 49 days as of today. Around the time they decided to officially hire me full time, the A/R was at 55 days and they had a small celebration which included catered Chinese food.
During this whole time I could sense some sort of resentment from my supervisor (not director), almost as if I've done my job too well. She then started to micromanage my time once they A/R fell below 50.
I admit, I came in late some days but nothing more than five minutes. My situation is complex; I broke my leg earlier this year in January in a bike accident and after four months I needed to get back to work (funds save ran low and this job is close to my home), so I took whatever I could get as fast as possible.
The supervisor wrote me up a few weeks ago because of lateness and included some lies about my performance. Thing is, when the A/R started to drop, about a month after I started, they introduced a 7 minute grace period policy meaning that you can clock in seven minutes before or after and not get dinged. I walk everyday to work and they know I occasionally have pain bouts and have to slow down my pace, which resulted in me coming in a few minutes late. I also kept the grace period in mind each day.
So she writes me up and includes other lies about my performance. Mind you, the A/r was stuck at over 60 days for more than two years before I started, and is now at 49 days only after a couple of months. I've seen other managers in different departments get promoted, more employee engagement activities, more potlucks and more events created by HR, because the money was flowing in FAST. Everyone in the office even got new monitors except for me (yes, office politics) and some even got more on their annual raise (I only got 20 cents and didn't get a meeting about it; had to go to payroll to find out).
The lies she included about my performance where based on other employees work assigned to me. She claimed that I couldn't grasp to work fast enough, even though some of those employees purposely sabotaged me when training me. Giving me false information or leaving out important details or not answering any of my questions that seem to detailed for them. Basically its bullshit, and I believe shes trying to start a paper trail to get me out. My belief is that because I submitted all of those claims very fast and even finishing other assignments quickly, she felt insulted and decided to undermine all the hard work I put in.
Should I just leave and let them deal with increasing A/R themselves?