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Is there anyone who uses voice recorders at work ?

There is this lady deputy manager and boss at my work.

The bit** deputy manager always gaslights me, asks me why I have not done a task that she neither informed me nor instructed me about. Basically treating me like an idiot.

Just FYI, the deputy manager graduated from a not-so prestigious college, so she has some inferiority complex towards newcomers that either graduated from in-Seoul-Universities or have good qualifications.

No matter how I think about it, I was never given instructions about the task, even written instructions.

She continues to shift the blame on me and treats me like a fool. So, do you think it would be okay, if I took some voice recordings?

Since there is nothing I can do to stop that b** from speaking to me carelessly and gaslighting me, how about using a voice recorder ?

Is there someone who has done something like this ?


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                                                • [+15] [-0]

                                                  Request that the task instructions be provided per email. Once you are thrown a work, handle it well and send it per mail to that person. Just to make sure.

                                                • [+7] [-0]

                                                  Ask that the instruction details be given in written form.

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                                                  I too was just searching about that….

Korean vocabulary

  • 회사 : company, corporation
  • 녹음기 : recorder
  • 멍청하다 : stunned, numbed
  • 차장 : deputy manager
  • 직장 상사 : superior officer at work
  • 지시 : order, command, instruction
  • 업무 : work, task, business
  • 가스라이팅 : gaslighting
  • 바보 : idiot, fool, being retarded
  • 무시하다 : disregard; neglect
  • 참고로 :for reference,for one´s information
  • 지잡대 : Name for universities outside the Seoul Metropolitan area. Used as an insulting term for those who failed to gain a place at the more prestigious universities of Seoul.
  • 서울대학교 : Seoul University
  • 스펙이 좋다 : qualified, have good qualifications
  • 신입 : newcomer
  • 열등의식 : sense of inferiority, inferiority complex
  • 잘못을 떠넘기다 :  shift the blame
  • 바보 취급하다 : play for a fool
  • 녹취 : record; tape-recording
  • 함부러 :thoughtlessly, carelessly, rashly, indiscreetly
  • 일처리 : task
  • 일거리 : piece of work, job
  • 던지다 : throw
  • 확인차원에서 : just to make sure
  • 허가 없이 : without permission[leave]
  • 형사고발 : criminal charge
  • 지시 사항 : instruction details
  • 문서로 : in written form

End notes

Yall I am also learning Korean, so bear with me regarding the translations. I am translating as I understand and not literally.  



Naver Korean English Dictionary

Nate Pann

Not 100% sure of this sentence’s translation.

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