In my work area there is another employee that I really don't care for because of past problems with this person trying to order me around (not a supervisor and has been on the job as long as myself) and always talking about me behind my back to others in my area. I have spoken to my supervisor about this and he has taken action to make sure that this person doesn't bother me or harrass me in any way. Don't mistake me for a whiner because i'm not. The situation was just getting out of hand even though I told this person that I didn't appreciate them trying to act as if they were my boss. I work in International so tonight at the end of the evening we were cleaning up some last minute packages. My boss came up and asked me if the packages had been done yet. I told him that one was part of a multi-pkg shipment and it hadn't been key entered yet. He asked me if I had asked the other employee if she had the paperwork for the shipment or if she had the rest of the shipment in her packages. I told him I had asked her and she had told me "no".He asked and she said she had the paperwork.So this left me looking like I was lying about asking her. I made the comment to my boss-out of hearing of my co-worker- "what an a&$, she told me no" to which he replied that my comment was uncalled for and that I should keep my mouth shut. I'm wondering if he was within rights to say that? I'm not trying to cause trouble or anything just wondering if my boss was right in saying what he did. There are some things that I still don't understand about the company and this is one. I just want to know what is right so I don't get into any trouble is all. Please don't flame me or insult me..I would just like an honest answer from some of the more experienced UPS'ers here.