This question already has an answer here:
I have been with my current company for a bit over a year. I do good work and constantly get good feedback from other teams/managers that I work with outside of my typical team at different office locations. But my manager on the other hand thinks differently. He said to me he thinks I have autism or some mental health problems (which I don't). He also constantly calls me lazy, a high-maintenance employee and mocks me on a regular basis.
I have become pretty stressed out and I hate going to work because of it. He doesn't provide any proper constructive feedback and it's always just insults when he gives me feedback. He also was saying to me, he was going to give me bad review based on personal relationships rather than a professional one.
How should I go about handling this?
I spoke to him directly about these issues but whenever I bring it up the situation usually just gets worst. I even told him if I report this to HR or my manager's manager, he said I would be burning bridges, so I do not know what to do?
Update on this:
- I ended up being let go.
- Already had another better job offer lined up and the day I was let go I was going to resign so it worked great for me.