I work as a contractor for an amazing company. It’s a known fact that the only way to work into full time position is to start as a contractor for this company. I’ve worked 10 years to finally land this role. I love the work I do and the boss I originally hired in under is a dream.
My boss decided to give a senior on my team people management responsibility a few months ago. I believe she is struggling and not getting coaching and guidance. She undermines work, points fingers, talks down to the team, takes credit for work, and hoards work until she has to dump it without explanation then gets mad when it’s not done exactly how she wants it done. She also puts on a very different face in front of leadership.
Being a contractor (in addition to loving my job, wanting to continue on with this company as long as I can, and very thankful I am still employed during this pandemic) - do I discuss her behavior with my boss? Or do I keep moving forward like it doesn’t bother me in order to keep peace? Any advice on how to approach from this outstanding and loving community would be so appreciated.