Our expert says:
I wonder what sort of job description they have for this job. If it's for a writer rather than a performer, surely its the quality of your writing that should count - and they can use other extrovert staff to make buzzing presentations when necessary.
Sounds like your boss, ( unreasonably to my mind ) prefers someone loud and very sociable - regardless of whether their actual writing work is good.
Personally, I'd greatly value a blessedly quiet collegue who was good at her actual work, in preference to a person who was the life and soul of every party, even if we weren't at a party, but whose work needed to be done or re-done by others.
Lets see what other readers might add, but I'd think you should be sought after by other less frothy and giggly agencies who value good work.
And if I were you, I'd speak to a good labour lawyer ( and the Dept of Labour, etc ) to check on whether these are legitimate grounds for making redundant someone who is actually good at the job at hand.
Maybe your sober quietness makes the noisy ones fel a bit guilty about all the time they waste ?
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