I'm off the clock, Mr. Stock," I told him, leaning back on my chair so it balanced on two legs.
"So? Don't you respect the place you work? Is that the kind of person you want to be?" he snapped.
"How did he turn that around on me?" I wondered.
What does it exactly mean here? Is it something like directing the conversation towards a person?
And is it synonymous to "turn something back on someone"? (Though I guess this is used to when the answerer doesn't answer the question but flips the question back around on the questioner.)