Your documentation is the holy grail that clearly shows the Now it’s time for the “help” section of the plan.Once you get your documentation together, you’re going to have to reach out to your Human Resources (HR) representative (as I’m typing this, I can already hear the collective groan from the readers–stick with me on this) and share your detailed documentation with them.
I, and many others, are calling on you as an HR professional to be brave, do the right thing, and take a stand against unacceptable bullying in your organization. There are In some cases, that’s the only choice that makes sense.If you’re working in a company that rewards bullying behavior, you’d be better served jumping ship and watching your now-former company’s inevitable demise from the safety of your new job.If you’re suffering from workplace bullying, make the right choice and don’t be a coward like the bully you despise.You can reclaim your work happiness, but the journey may not be easy.If you misstep with sloppy or nonexistent documentation, there is zero chance of getting the support you need from HR to fix your bully boss’s behavior.
If you want your concerns to be taken seriously, then you need to show that you’re serious by putting in the time and the work to document the facts like a champ.
I couldn’t escape the bullies who tormented me because I looked different, had horrible teeth, and talked funny.
So, I had to figure out a way to deal with it–and believe me, it wasn’t easy.
Almost 30 years later, the pain still sticks with me even though my days of being bullied have long passed.
If you’re dealing with workplace bullying please trust that the torment that you’re currently dealing with will stick with you years later too–.
Everything that you’ve read to this point was written by a former bullying victim.