I used to work as a recruiter but decided to change things and landed a job as a Personal Independence auditor in one of the biggest financial corporations. It's an underdog position but the process was new to Poland and I was one of the four people being hired. I was new in this job, let's put aside the fact that I was supposed to be hired in a risk mgmt position but something went wrong on the way and 2 weeks down the road I was told that it's gonna be Personal Independence.
I did not hate the job right away, but after 2 months. I realized that I'm not progressing in any of possible ways and that this job feels like a waste of time. I decided to change it and sought guidance from HR people. I had great advantage of being hired for a wrong position and having an HR manager friend. Soon, I was able to take part in recruitment processes inside the organization and after a week from the interview I was offered a new position.
You might think - great! But my current manager has become a nightmare. I mean, when I told him that I did not feel good in the position and that I should not be here he seemed to care and promised to ask around for options (it was Feb), then I was on a sick leave for a month after surgery so it kinda was pushed aside but when I came back I took it up again. It was the first time in my life when I cried in from of my superior. He made me feel like I was the worst employee on earth. Specifically, he told me that I was not good at my job and I should not expect much from other teams because: 1. I have no valuable skills, 2. I do not socialize well with people, and 3. all other managers value what he has to say and he will not give me a good feedback.
Somehow, I managed to land this other position. I informed him and he would not believe that HR actually gave me consent to move. He just nodded and left the room without a word. Then, he began acting as if I was his enemy numero uno. On many occasions he would give me bad feedback, based on nothing, saying that my colleagues are afraid of me, that I create bad atmosphere in the team, and he even brought up a subject that I did not want to chip in for colleague's birthday, which by the way was not true.
It's 2 weeks until I change my roles. I came to work in the morning and I was greeted with "you made so many mistakes we don't know what to do with you, if I could I'd fire you today, do not do any more audits". Then I go to my colleagues and ask them about those mistakes and they don't know what I am talking about.
So my question is - should I leave a feedback in our internal database for all the people to see? The reasons I don't know are: 1. I'm leaving and I don't want this to be seen as getting back at him, 2. I'm just moving to other team so he can see it, he can share it and he is a true prick so he can take advantage of that feedback against me.
I'm torn because I really do want to share what I know about his true face with somebody but I do not want all the bad repercussions it can bring.