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What Every Target of Workplace Bullying Needs to Know

Company Trainer

by Roseanna Quantz
(Madison Heights, MI )

I have been working at a company for 22 years, see Quality Managers, come and go. About five years ago, a new boss came in. Thirty days later, it was time for my for my yearly review. Wow, he doesn't know anything about me. He's now going to give me my review! He said he had been watching me and I didn't know what the hell I was doing, made too much money, and Jim (name changed) wanted me out of here.

I was flabbergasted. I said if Jim wanted me out of here, he should let me go and I would accept it. I then thought that something was terribly wrong. He has had me suspended for insubordination, constantly threatens us with being written up or fired. Cameras were installed for stealing purposes, but he reviews them on a regular basis and threatens us with whatever he sees but will never tell us what it is he wants us to correct. I am also the company trainer. He will approach me and start arguing about an interpretation and when I don't agree with him, he says he will call my school and has never come back to tell me I'm wrong.

It was my review again last week and he said he had given me a position at last review (not true) and I failed to take on that responsibility. He had hired another trainer and would not relieve me as the company trainer as of yet. No raise was given and I asked for a copy of my review.

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