2 years ago, I decided to go back to work for my previous employer in a different city.
I left the first time because the more I did good at work, the more problems I had.
I decided to come back because my previous colleagues made me feel like they did regret the conflict, and kind of admitted that my contribution is nothing but positive.
Unfortunately, when I returned, I could feel that a lot of things didn't change.
Maybe they did an effort to hide the obvious bad moves the used to do, but the core problem was still there: I am always out of the loop.
My performance in 2019 was groundbreaking. However, I got a mundane bonus with no raise, which was very strange.
Meanwhile, I noticed that a colleague who was rather mediocre and had conflicts with an onsite manager with a lot less experience than I, and who can't solve problems that he was not initiated to, this colleague was subject to be promoted.
In 2020, I was waiting for some visibility about my promotion because I earn the maximum of my pay grade.
They know I solve problems someone of my paygrade can't solve. I have solved so many problems, and yet, my gut tells me they have something against me, something personal.
I was officially assigned to a project, and once again, the teamleader kept me out of the loop, while I started the year 2020 complaining about this problem.
Two weeks before the deadline, I discovered unexpectedly that I was not aware of important things and this was frustrating.
Worse than that, the managers organized a meeting to blame me for not knowing something while I was premeditatedly kept out of the loop, once again.
Is the above mentioned disclosable during a job interview?