Stress Pandemic: The Lifestyle Solution
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by Susan Futterman
From Amazon.com: An occasional run-in, or perhaps even an outright argument, with your employer is not unusual. It in fact may be positive, clearing the air and helping you both to get off to a new start. But when the confrontations become constant, bitter and, ultimately, abusive, it’s time to take action.
Information on strategies for coping with bullies and on attempting to lessen the abuse is readily available — and is discussed here. But what happens when you no longer want to play the game, when you are no longer willing to give up part of your soul in order to keep your paycheck? How can you move on emotionally, financially and professionally? This book focuses on these and related issues.
If you are the target of a workplace bully, who also happens to be your manager, this book provides the information you need to make the best possible choices about your future.
If you’re not quite sure what the phrase “bullying in the workplace” actually means, and whether it describes your own situation, When You Work for a Bully will help you to crystallize your situation and, if you are seeking a new job, will help you avoid signing up a second time with a potentially “toxic,” or abusive, boss.