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I am an Account Exec 2, a grade higher than those that I work with. This is because I had the industry background and a college degree. The other account Execs are grade 1 and make less money and have no degree. They are also younger resulting in a major "generation gap". When I took the job, I had worked with someone at my previous job that did not like me, Job1 girl, for whatever reason (female thing). This person had a good friend at my current job, Job2 girl, who made it her job to make my life uncomfortable by getting others in our group to ingore me (I know, sounds silly on my part), but it really bothered me. I told my boss then that there was a bad situation, but she just blew it off. I really have no expalianation other than they find it amusing to take peolpe down. Then, Job2 girl got the 2 sales people that I support on her side and they I'm sure have talked to their clients to put me in a bad light. I fear that they will start making up complaints.
I am doing the work of 2 account execs as we went through downsizing and I had to take on the work of one that was let go and not replaced. I have been doing a good job with good reveiews, so I think they are trying to pile on the work to the point that no one could do all the work and eventually get me on a minor error.
I also thinkg they have talked to some of the carriers that I work with.
I know they talk on Facebook because I told one of my "friends" that I thought that was the situation. I know she told one of the sales reps because he made the comment about Facebook, not outright that they were doing that - but enough to let me know that was the case.
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