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Bullying and hostile work environment

Discussion in 'Ask an Employment Attorney' started by anonymous, Dec 18, 2018 at 8:55 AM.

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Would you quit or stay to try and stop this

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  1. anonymous

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    I documented several pages of example of bullying from a (lateral) coworker. I also tried talking and confronting them telling them to stop. The continued behaviors have made me loose sleep, feel extreme stress and unmotivated. I feel manipulated and set up. My career has been positive and successful for 15 years. This person has been working at the company for 20 plus years and has terrorized many people to the point of ruining their careers or getting them to quit.

    After filing the complaint, my director became hostile and documenting me. Twisting things I would do and say into negative. I was told that it was a personality conflict and the bullying persons manager was supposed to correct the lack of teamwork behaviors.

    The other supervisor thinks I’m a big p—-y and allows it to continue because that person happens to live in a state that produces with or without them. Others see this issue but nothing is ever done.

    How do you stop a bully or hostile work environment when your company won’t do anything about it? I’ve pretended for a year that things are fine and management has been supportive of me.

    There is no religious/ethnic racial issues, no sexual misconduct no blatant legal recourse. It is just someone that is so mean, rude and impeding of other people’s success they are a one man team and literally talk badly about you to the higher ups and ruin people’s careers.

    Situations like these continue in the workplace because companies do not enforce bullying and politics rule. How do you stop a bulky without having the tables turned on yourself? People shouldn’t have to leave the company to avoid being mistreated especially when they don’t have any performance or conflict anywhere. It’s wrong. I want to stop this continued bad behavior that impacts multiple people.
     

  2. anonymous

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    Bully them back. Street justice is the only effective justice.

    Hire a private investigator to dig up dirt on them. Use it.

    If you try anything else, you will definitely lose.

    And.....get another job or get that a hole another job. List them with hundreds of headhunters.
     
  3. footballgirl

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    Is the bully from WV?