I work for a small software development team, and recently things have started getting extremely uncomfortable for me at work.
We have a couple of girls who seem overly dramatic for no reason at random. I've been with the company for a little less than a year, but these girls have been with the company for years. They aren't programmers, they're secretaries.
We used to get along great, then for some reason, they abruptly stopped talking to me.
A few times I've asked where my supervisor was because I needed his input on a project we're working on, I asked one of the girls where the supervisor was. She snapped at me and with a long, drawn-out sigh, said "I don't know!" I figured she must have been having a very bad day. Recently, towards the end of the day, I said "Good night," as I normally do, and she stopped, slowly turned her head without looking back, then kept walking. She's even been glaring at me, or looking away/refusing to talk to me when I need to ask about something.
So I decided to ask if everything is okay. "Yep, everything's fine! :-)"
I also recently decided, as a peace offering, to buy lunch for the whole company. She got up and walked out the door, and didn't return until we finished eating. Everyone else was thankful for it, though. Since then, she's snapped at me a couple times.
Today, she locked herself outside of the company building, so I went to open the door for her. She immediately freaked out big-time, yelling at the top of her lungs through the glass door, "NO! NO! NO! STOP! STOP!!!!!! DON'T OPEN THE DOOR FOR ME!!! STOP!!!!!!!!!!!!", so I just went back to my chair, sat down and wondered what the hell was going on. She was literally freaking out on me.
At the end of the day today, she stood and stared at me through my office's glass door for what seemed like 10 seconds, and waved at me without showing any emotion. Like the engine was running, but nobody was behind the wheel...
Suffice to say, this is creating a really creepy, scary, and uncomfortable work environment for me. I just sit in my chair and code, and solve problems, and try not to get in anyone's way, but lately I've been feeling too uncomfortable to focus on work as much as I used to.
I just want to code, but I'm tired of being fearful every day of making her angry, or setting her off, losing my job, etc.
Should I bring this up with my supervisor? He's basically 2nd in command to the CEO, but I'm afraid I may end up losing my job -- since she's been here a lot longer and has a lot of friends here -- or even worse, creating an even more hostile work environment. My first reaction was to update my resume just in case, and just start looking for another job at another company.