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Questions relating to abusive / intimidating behaviour in the workplace

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this is a job you don't want. If bullying is tolerated then this is not an environment you want to be in. You are counting on HR doing the right thing and stand up to bullies is the right thing for the … is going to get attention I don't think you want. A single slap on the ass is not something that would likely stand up as sexual-harassment. At this point it appears you just want the bullying to …
answered Dec 27 '15 by paparazzo
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You need to be careful. She might be trying to set you up as this place falls apart without her. With out criticizing her directly provide your boss with a report on where you are on her tasks. Mak …
answered Oct 16 '18 by paparazzo
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data is wrong. Consider writing some test scripts. Remember to point out: Please don't get upset with me I am just trying to do my job. Bullying in my definitions needs to rise abusive … / intimidating behavior. I get this is unpleasant and not productive and you are even intimidated by it but it probably does not rise to bullying (yet). …
answered Dec 9 '15 by paparazzo
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Keep your visibility high. Provide status reports to your manager. Hopefully, eventually, word will come out what they say is not true and it will hurt their credibility. Senior managers see this stu …
answered Mar 27 '18 by paparazzo