Harassment 101 – part II. How to make your boss stop harassing you without appealing to formal measures (a)

The first thing you need you need to do to stop him is to break the cycle of harassment. Start with letting it out in the open. The next time you feel intimidated dig your feet firmly into the ground and in a stable and loud voice while looking him straight in the eyes serve … Continue reading Harassment 101 – part II. How to make your boss stop harassing you without appealing to formal measures (a)

Harassment 101 – part I. What is harassment at work

From any angle you look at it harassment is a deeply inappropriate behaviour. Cambridge dictionary for business defines it as illegal behaviour towards a person that causes mental or emotional suffering, which includes repeated unwanted contacts without a reasonable purpose, insults, threats, touching, or offensive language. The legal definition of harassment differs from one country to … Continue reading Harassment 101 – part I. What is harassment at work

Self sabotaging in job interviews. Part III

8. Contradictory affirmations They may be both correct but incomplete and put together it makes you look like a lier or, at the very best, someone who doesn't control much what they are saying or is completely disorganised. Here's one example: I was in such a hurry to leave home this morning that I didn't realise … Continue reading Self sabotaging in job interviews. Part III

Self sabotaging in job interviews. Part II 

4. Being ignorant to the job you applied for  Another side effect of applying to a job that you do not know much about is completely misunderstanding the questions and giving a completely off the planet reply. This is self sabotage because you do not allow your mind to process what's being send to it … Continue reading Self sabotaging in job interviews. Part II