Stand up for yourself!!! Don't let your emotions get the best of you and don't yell/curse/argue! When they disrespect or bully you, put them in their place in a firm but polite matter immediately. Keep doing that, and then they may get it. IF it doesn't work, contact HR, perhaps file a complaint
I think you should raise a voice against them. Stand up and tell them that you are not inferior to them in any sense. Sometimes, we prefer to keep silence on such matters but believe me, if you continue to do so for a longer duration then you will only hurt your dignity. Be polite but never coward!!!!
by everywomanssecret 7 years ago
A quick question or as I prefer to call it - food for thought. Have you ever been bullied in the work place? Or, anywhere for that matter. If so, how did you deal with it? I am writing an article on bullying and wanted to offer some advice for anyone who may be going through it right now. 'What you...
by Liz Elias 18 months ago
So, I've always thought it was the polite thing to do to reply to commenters, and thank them for their time and input, and I've made an effort to do so consistently.However, I'm wondering if this is now being discouraged by HP, as there is no available comment box for replies on hubs that have been...
by Devika Primić 4 years ago
If you were bullied at work how would you react?Bullies can be any one with a neglected background if your boss bullied you how would you react toward him or her?
by Yvette Stupart PhD 4 years ago
How do you deal with workplace bullies?A bully repeatedly targets and mistreats person(s) in the workplace. This could include hurtful remarks, intimidation, exclusion from work-related activities or conversations, and many other negatives actions.This is prevalent in many workplaces, so how do you...
by JKSophie 5 years ago
How to deal with bullies at work?At work, if you're new and still trying to learn your job, you'll discover different kinds of treatment from your colleagues. There are those who will help you make your job easier, but there are those who will make it harder for you. Most of the time, I...
by Lori J Latimer 3 years ago
What is the polite way to address a transgender person?I am serious about this question. It is not about morality or religion. I work in the public and I attempt to treat all persons with dignity. ALL. What is the most respectful form of address if you don't know the person's name?
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