What bosses should not say to employees?
What bosses should not say to employees?
What bosses should not say to employees? That is a very good question but also produces many answers. First, if your boss is not treating you with respect, then you have a problem. Second, if your boss is using derogatory and racial charged statements, then you are experiencing a hostile work environment and you should consider reporting the event to the human resource department. By reporting, you are protecting yourself against retaliation. Third, if your boss makes sexual overtures to you, again report the manager to HR. Fourth, managers should not be discussing anything about your personal life or that of any employee, as this is an invasion of privacy as it has nothing to do with work activity. Bottom line, keep a private journal not on any company computer and write down all the stupid, ill-conceived and downright discriminatory statements made by your manager. If those comments in any way implicate you, directly or indirectly, you can use those statements to protect yourself against being fired and further develop a better severance offer if you are terminated.
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What are the signs of a toxic workplace?
What are the signs of a toxic workplace? What are the signs of a toxic workplace? For starters, a toxic workplace is not an illegal workplace. Employers are free to treat their employees in disrespectful ways but to the point of the legal breaking point. Employers can yell, scream and intimidate employees all day long ...
Can your boss legally swear at you?
Can your boss legally swear at you? Can your boss legally swear at you? Yes, as there is no law prohibiting foul language at work. If your employer has a policy against it, then you can report the manager to human resources, but don't expect much of a response. If you have code of conduct ...
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