How do I protect myself from mistreatment from bosses?
together to manipulate employees to be insubordinate or spy on an employee to find any little behavior that can result in a write up. How do I protect myself since I am now in their radar? Everyone calls this "the treatment" because as an employee who has not had problems before starts to get criticisms, bad reviews, frequent hoovering by the boss, and so on? I'm in my 60's and female.
If you have to protect yourself from mistreatment of bosses, are you sure you have the right employment?
I would say to educate yourself with labor laws and know what your boss can and can not do. is a great start. You may want to visit the department of labor website.
seriously your best bet is to get another job. if your employment is that strained then it's time to move on.
Know your freedoms and theirs like the back of your hand. Don't abuse those freedoms though. Continue to do what you have always done, but if you are under their close watch, be prepared for the worst. I say that because it sounds like you're in a stalemate.
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