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

Probably the second most efficient way to stop your boss from harassing you is to have your boss’ boss as your ally. If your boss has a boss then by all means, find a way to get that person to understand and like you. For the record, I still think that the first step you … Continue reading Harassment 101 – part II. How to make your boss stop harassing you without appealing to formal measures (c) – get a bigger boss have your back

A bullied bully (1)

Oftentimes, a bullying boss (we'll call him "mini boss") is bullied in turn by his own boss (we'll call this one "big boss") which causes him (or her for that matter, I remind that when using he I refer both to male and female persons) to lash out on you and your coworkers even harder. … Continue reading A bullied bully (1)

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)

5 tips to get along with your coworkers  

1. Don't brag  Yes you heard it well, don't brag! About yourself, your skills, about your school, about your children, your spouse, your country, about anything. Unless you're doing something wrong like gossiping, being nosy or failing on your team playing skills, the number one reason your coworkers will leave you out is envy and … Continue reading 5 tips to get along with your coworkers