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What Every Target of Workplace Bullying Needs to Know

Bullying By Junior Staff As Well As Senior Manager

by N. BC

Without asking an explanation from my side and without knowing how I work I am frequently asked by my boss to provide all the documents to junior staff and train them .

After few days my junior staff behaves with me in dominant way and blames me of not giving them documents and not training them.

The version of my senior boss and the junior are same and I am feeling that the senior manager takes feedback about me from junior staff and I am blamed from both sides. Management is close to the junior staff. Company rules are made by management but I am bullied by staff regarding this.

Are these signs that I shoud change this job? I have been suffering through depression and I am not able to perform well.

Since I am in my job because of my own qualifications and hard work but still I felt it as mental harassment and it has effected my professional as well as personal life.

It is no use talking to management since I am an executive and I feel it inappropriate to complain about my juniors. It should have been solved by my senior manager but instead he has very nice relations with my junior staff.

Please advice me since after many compromises when my self respect was hurt I stopped talking to those junior staff.

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