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workplace bullying advice needed

 
#1 workplace bullying advice needed
03/07/2015 22:53

oilmaster

Hello All,

At work we have a "shift hand over form" where we write down any issues or problems we had during the shift, its also used to record any missed jobs by the previous shift.(stuff like "not emptying bins or not fully completing paperwork").

Offend after a shift a job has been forgotten to be completed, so its record on the "shift hand over form". But every time I record a missed job by one of my co-workers (Lets call him Bob) Bob intentionally dose it even more just to get at me. My supervisor allow Bob to get away with it because Bob can be aggressive, So its easier for my supervisor to just look the other way.

Now I know that the jobs we are forgetting to do are minor and that's one of the reason I've not taken to my manager. I've unable to speak with my supervisor about this matter as we are no longer seeing eye to eye after a standing disagreement.

I'd like to know should I carried on record Bob missed jobs or should I stop in a hope he may stop intentionally failing to complete the jobs he required to do.

Any advice on how I could handle this situations would be greatly welcomed.

Many thanks

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#2 RE: workplace bullying advice needed
04/07/2015 08:25

anushi to oilmaster (#1)

Bullying takes place behind closed doors with no witnesses and no evidence (in the traditional sense). When called to account, the bully uses charm and their Jekyll and Hyde nature to lie convincingly. Bullies are clever, but you can be clever too

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