There were some lay offs recently, and I have noticed that I am being targeted by the team as a prompt to be the next to get laid off. For example:
Performance hits by decreasing estimates of my work. For example, if the work will be done by me and requires x points of effort, they estimate it as x/2.
Obvious ignore of my written requests/announcements. I understand it as: We can't help you, we don't want to help you, we don't care, nothing great (but it is - like sharing a script that saves time for all of us).
Ambiguity about my presence. For example, I am calling in remotely (which is very normal in the department), the boss walks by, the meeting "driver" will not mention that I am there (will mention all remotes atm but me)
No recognition of my hard work at all. Especially when the boss is around, in representations, no "thank you", no "good job", just silence. No silence for others (them).
Double standards. Each one is nice, supportive and smiling when one-to-one. But in meetings and/or around boss, they are just different.
Note: I am the newest but I exceed expectations in my performance. There was a recognition of that by boss (and still) and by the team which is why I still have my position - and other (older, more senior) were laid off. But only recently, the team is backing off, and as the title mentions they are "targeting" me (to save their positions?).
Should I openly tell my manager what I feel? Am I interpreting the above signals wrong?