A bully for a boss makes life absolutely terrible.
Do you work for a boss that bullies you around? Do you feel fed up, exhausted, helpless, or powerless at work?
You can gain back your power, your dignity, and your work life. And this book shows you how.
Working for a bully boss is miserable. A bully boss mistreats you, abuses you, and most stressful of all - threatens your livelihood. The situation is unbearable because you need a job and your boss has direct power over your paycheck. It's easy to feel helpless.
Also, the effects of a bully boss spill into other areas of your life. Since you're so stressed at work, you carry it with you everywhere you go and the stress will make your relationships and your health much worse.
What do you do when you have a bully boss?
Workplace Bullying takes you through the steps you need to take in order to feel empowered and get your life back on track. This book will teach you those steps.
This books starts out with the signs you need to understand to determine if you are in fact being bullied by your boss - which is a very serious issue.
Then this book discusses why being bullied is such a serious issue, and why you may have inadvertently put yourself in a situation to be bullied at work so you can understand what's going on.
Next, the book discusses what you should do next. Starting with handling your internal emotions, this book guides you on how to document the abuse, when to stand up to the bully, how to gather support from family, friends, and coworkers, and how to expose the bully to your employer. This book also teaches you how to plan your exit from your employer and discusses the pros and cons to suing your employer.
Last, this book helps you recover from the bullying. This is a process, which takes time, but it's a very important step in dealing with workplace bullying.
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This was a straight forward and honest discussion about workplace bullying. It validates your feelings and gives you an action plan to move past the behavior. Equally important, it discusses the pros and cons of various courses of action; from lawsuits to contacting HR. There are very real issues to consider.