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What Every Target of Workplace Bullying Needs to Know

Workplace Bullying An Unsolved Problem For An Excecutive

by N. BC

The top managers could not understand or pretending not to understand I do not know, at last I spoke to CEO about the actual situation I am facing from a subordinate about verbal domination and frequent indirect commenting behaviour of his.

The CEO gave me good suggestions about how to deal but ultimately at the end he concluded I should keep patience and do not react soon being an executive.
The person I spoke about to CEO turned to be his informer about office activities.

Now I can conclude the reason for his dominative behaviour and disrespectful behaviour he is taking advantage of his good relation with CEO. Though I appreciate the CEO being considerate towards me I still think my problem is unsolved.

I feel it is waste to expect justice from top management where such things happens on the other side I have not indulged in any violation of rules so why should I suffer such disrespectful behaviour. If I am supposed to maintain lady like manner then others should also maintain gentlemanship that should have been assured by the top level managers. I am alone and I should stand alone and fight alone. Honesty and dignity are my strengths. Whatever may be my future in this workplace. Even if I am defeated I shall face it with dignity. I will not quit this job right now until I win or I lose.

How To Deal With Workplace Bullying: What Every Target of Workplace Bullying Needs to Know

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