Our expert says:
Shouldn't the warnings have specifically referenced these Attitude problems, too ? Sometimes it's hard to act like "the Bigger person" when someone else is so determined to behave like a Tiny Person. Sounds like she feels awfully threatened by you, and doesn't know how to deal with this, other than by bhaving in these self-damaging ways. Its understandable that you would consider proceeding to a Grievance procedure ( it seems that nobody in HR has achieved anything by interviewing her, and seeking to help her improve her standards of work and behaviour ? ) - but I don't see how we can predict the outcome.
Purple's suggestions are indeed very helpful, though they do require a fair amount of maturity and goodwill on the part of this problem woman. She does raise the sort of points which you, and thenHR should have checked with this woman, to seek to understand her negative behaviors.
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