I have taught school for 18 years with numerous accolades and positive evaluations. I now have a...
Bully Boss who wrote me up for allegedly yelling in the main office that she did not maintain discilpine in the school. She also only communicates with me via email or 3rd party messages. She doesn't speak to me, and is making it difficult for me to do my job.She's also trying to sabotage extra curricular activities that I supervise, and refused to transfer me. I feel this situation is detriorating fast. I've written a letter to her boss. Should I begin documenting stuff at work? I think she might retaliate against me for writing her boss! She has also yelled at me on a few occasions. Am I jus
Sounds like complicated office politics. Get out of there, it will only get worse as Ms Bitch makes your life hell. Try to get out smoothly, do NOT complain to her or about her, and use someone else as a job reference
Yes, you should keep documentation. Also if her boss is not doing anything, then you need to go above her boss. You should not have to work in those type of conditions. Do you have any witnesses that will be willing to speak up for you. Take this as far as you can (but have documentation first and it helps to have witnesses) because someone will work with you and for you. You are an experienced teacher and probably do not deserve the treatment you are getting. It really bugs me when people in certain positions treat others bad just because they think they can. Who does she think she is? I wish I was there with you because I would surely help you.
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