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What Every Target of Workplace Bullying Needs to Know

I Got In Trouble For Hiring You!

by Mary
(Fort Worth, Texas, USA)

It started, as a new hire, my boss came up to me and said to me, "I got in trouble for hiring you!" I asked why. I got no response. Then from there I was told I had no authority over three certain people. Then I got accused of stealing and then I was told that my boss didn't want me under her as her assistant for ragging on her!

Then I found out my boss was using my password for my raining courses. Then I was told the things I did were stupid. Then I was told on the phone was I on drugs because my voice sounded like it! Then I was screamed at on the phone because I hurt myself in a dip hole on my job, and on top of it I was a new hire never train properly from the start!

I was also forced to go on a FLMA, and took off work for light duty restrictions, also put on light duty restrictions without any manager going over them with me! Now before my injury at work I felt like worthless and ending my life… but now I feel I have god on my side and I'm the head not the tail, of this crazy story, but it's true... I went through this at a big corporate job! I will win this case!

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Well done!
by: AG

Glad to know that you understand that you will win the case. Most of the time people around us discourge us from fighting the case in the first place. Congratulations to you for moving ahead with your conviction :).

Good Luck and congratulations

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