A bit of background: I've been at my job closing in on 19 years total. Been a line lead about 12. Been at my current station for just over 4. I'm pretty sure I know what I'm doing.
Anyway, there's an employee whose station is right by mine and she seems to think I have little to no clue about what I'm doing. Since I went back to work after my 9 week forced vacation (for surgery) in April, this employee has given me three WTF moments.
The first was when I was changing the ribbon on my machine. She comes over to tell me how to do it (excuse me, *I* trained *her*).
Second, she jumps in to tell someone on *my* line how to pack a particular part (I've packed literally 1000s of these parts and figured out the best way to get them in the box without deforming it).
And number 3 today. I have skids of boxes that I use frequently set up by my line. However, there was one skid with boxes *I don't use* sitting by my line and she asks me if I need more. I told her quite clearly "I don't use those boxes". Next thing I know, a forklift driver is asking me if I need more of this box. This girl (she's my DDs age) took it upon herself to order more of a box I don't use. I guess in her mind I'm not sure which boxes I use a lot and which boxes I don't use at all. Either that or I forgot.
I started working there when she was in middle school, took two months off and evidently my mental capacity took a major hit.
I've always had a problem with people who "instruct" those who know a hell of a lot more than they do.
BH Cee64D - 48
And as far as my machine, I've logged more hours on it than everyone else combined.
WW (me) - 49
All affairs are variations on a theme. No one has 'Beethoven's 5th' to everyone else's 'Chopsticks'.