Question: “I’m new at my job and love my position and the people I work for. The problem is my co-worker, who sits next to me. She is making it obvious she just does not like me. At first I thought she was quiet, so I tried to engage her in small talk. She would respond in very short sentences. When I ask for help she says she doesn’t know or pretends she doesn’t hear, though she sits only four feet away! She goes days with out speaking to me, unless absolutely necessary. With other employees she laughs, jokes, helps them out and is kind to them. Why does she treat me so differently? I have tried to be kind and professional and she acts like I am not even here. Please help.” —Anonymous
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