My supervisor got really pissy towards me when I made solid objections to filming during COVID without guidelines in place.
My objections are: it's in winter, outside; there's no warm-up place; no bathroom; it's 2 hr total drive where I'd have to drive myself or w him (who's not in my bubble cause I WFH); if I do drive, I won't be compensated for wear on my car; the subject takes off his mask and I'm right behind filming; it would be 1.5 hr filming and staging (realistically) for a 30-45 second ad; there is no guideline or plan on how to safely film and get there. He didn't even suggest hand sanitizer! Haha. Instead, he talked over me, got red, and then said it seems like I'd not want to film if it was in summer either. He then mentioned we need to film (not really and not in winter) for advertising regardless and made it like I was being difficult. I told him a storyboard will help figure these issues and needs out, but he kept talking over me on how easy it would be to film. Oh yeah, and then when I wasn't on board still, he then said "forget it, I'll do it without you. You don't need to help with anything, we'll take care of it." (There's only me and him on the marketing team, so I guess he's bringing in another employee??) It was just bananas! I raised issues and concerns that are logistically valid and he booted me off the project like I wasn't invited to his birthday party anymore! I obviously need a new job. What do I do in the meantime to keep my sanity? Keep my daily motivation when I know I am not valued as an employee but a human with health concerns from where I work? Is there anything else I should do for this particular conversation?