I was robbed of credit for all the good work I did, and then set up to fail on an impossible task that I had nothing to do with.
There was no way I could put a workable proposal together by the morning, and, even then, get that committee to sign off on it. They had a reputation for saying no to just about everything.
It didn’t seem to have much to do with the merits of the proposals, and probably had more to do with being their way of keeping the workload in IT manageable.
As I headed back to my cube, I wasn’t sure which was worse. But right now it looked like tomorrow would be my last day employed at the company.
As I walked slowly back to my cube, that was the only thought in my mind. That ...