After three and a half years of unemployment and illness, I haz a job!
And I've been watching a possible PD situation unfold for a week...
If you have just been hired for a job you supposedly already know how to do, but have been told you need to do it the way your new employer does, read the instructions you have been given.
When you have been doing it the wrong way and are reminded to read the instructions, don't tell your new supervisor "Oh, I don't have time for that."
When you have been told to only ask your supervisor for advice/instructions, don't keep turning around and asking the coworker you've been specifically told not
When you've been doing something the wrong way and have to undo and re-do it, don't throw a minor temper tantrum and snap at said perfectly nice coworker.
Don't then lie about the cause and content of that temper tantrum. We're all in the same room. We saw everything.
Arguing with another coworker about something that Big Boss supposedly told a friend of yours eight years ago about [workplace]'s policies, insisting that your third-hand old information is correct and her first-hand recent information is wrong, is... um... worrying.
If you insist that you already know how to do absolutely everything the job entails and should therefore be paid more, completely stuffing up a very minor task that afternoon is a Bad Thing.
When your supervisor charitably decides that maybe your problem with written instructions is because you have poor English skills and don't want to admit it, and starts explaining them step by step because you have - once again - clearly not read them, don't tell her "Oh, I can read this, I'm just too lazy."
Telling yet another coworker that you hate doing [main job task] is... not a good look.
And remember that perfectly nice coworker you snapped at? She didn't even say anything back to you, so why are you now asking to change your hours around to avoid her? Seriously, if your
minor dummy-spit at her over something you
did wrong is so embarrassing that you can't stand to see her again, how long is it before you're going to be trying to avoid everyone
I'm expecting to be able to provide updates.