I have no doubts now. 2 weeks ago I asked my supervisor a technical question (Im a computer geek) and noticed a note on her desk detailing when I arrived and my coming and going thru the day (I had gone to my truck for a soda at break and even that was noted on there). Our office manager was out, but I wanted to meet with her. So I scheduled a meeting yesterday. Glad I did, too, cause I received my quarterly review late yesterday afternoon, and its amazing. I am a computer programmer. And this thing was chock full of cut and pastes out of context that make me look pretty bad. I spent all night (til 4am) going thru archives and emails disproving almost everything. For example, one passage says it took me 5 days to write a program spec, and I had to be reminded to get it done. Follow me here...I was given the assignment on February 14. I was there half a day and had work to finish that day. I started the assignment on Feb 15, but was out in the afternoon with difficult child 2, (also FMLA), and Feb 16 out all day (FMLA). Feb 19 was a holiday. I worked 6 hours on it Feb 20 (again out the last 2 with difficult child 2), and 4 hours Feb 21, to present in the meeting at 1pm Feb 21, which was orinigally the deadline I was given. On Feb 20, I emailed my tech lead and told him I'd be done by the next day, what did he want me to work on next. Do the math. Yup, 5 days. Done on deadline. I was there 2 of those days, maybe. FMLA or holiday. A real kicker to this one is I'm allowed to "make up" FMLA time if its required to meet a deadline. I worked thru lunch, but was not allowed to use that as make-up time because it wasn't a "real" deadline. Yet its in my review as not being met. Another one she said I had emailed and said a program was finished and ready for review. Yes, I did. After it had been reviewed the first time by my tech lead a week earlier (the day after my dad died) to determine that I could get it finished when I got back! She totally took that out of context. I even asked my tech lead today and he confirmed that it didn't happen as she had written. He was the one who did the review! In another she said I had 31 days (248 working hours) to complete a task. I used 48 hours funeral leave, 38 FMLA, and spent 96 hours working on the task, leaving 67 hours "un-accounted" for, which wasn't acceptable. I was able to go back thru on-line notes and she didn't document a root canal for 4 hours, 2 vacation days for 16 hours, and at least 5 team meetings, for at least 5 hours. Ironically, the spreadsheet I have to document my time in to her is also gone. Was there on Tuesday. The whole review is like that. It took me 10 pages to refute everything and paste in the archived emails and IM's to prove it. Its just a matter of time, tho. They'll take me down. If you have a spare prayer, I'd appreciate some extras. Trying to send difficult child 2 to montessori school in hopes that it will aid in keeping my job as well as give him a better environment.