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Have you ever felt picked on at work, as if your the problem, but certain ones get away with it?




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    • +1 votes vote up vote up

      Linda L wrote Mar 23, 2011
    • Thanks Annie.  I appreciate your advice and I’ve started documenting.




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      Denise Richardson wrote Mar 24, 2011
    • I totally agree with everything  Annie has said, I'm dealing with those issues at work now myself and I keep a record in the event I need to call an attorney lol.




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      UK Girl wrote Mar 24, 2011
    • Annie is right also I would never discuss home life at work as people do use this as ammo later be polite but just don’t mention anything - private




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      Vikki Hall wrote Mar 24, 2011
    • Linda you have been given the best advice already. So I can only add.... follow it!

      And in the meantime we will listen if you need to ventestatic




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      Jbrownkriz wrote Mar 24, 2011
    • I work at a small family owned company. It is ALL men. My cohort in sales has worked at my this for over 7 years. He has had 5 salesmen come and go in the seat I’m in over the past four years. They all lasted six to 9 months and sold very little. My cohort got all of their accounts. He sits across from me and manages all of them. He makes a great living doing that. My job is to find new accounts. I have done very well. However, once I sell the account my boss takes them over and I’m not included in the management of them or the information attained from them. My cohort IS included. I have come to realize I will NEVER be a team player here. However, I’m good at my job and I make a good living. I have fought this issue numerous times. I’ve learned you can’t teach an old dog new tricks. From now on I will just find comfort in the knowledge I have found great accounts. I’m doing my best and that I’m making a good living.




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      Cheekymonkey wrote Mar 25, 2011
    • I’m also dealing with that. I’d like to explain but I do not want to offend anyone. It goes to race and how my dm thinks a women should look.
      Remember that I’ve said I lost alot if weight before I knew I was sick... Well that was slot of the reason. Plus I’m not his race and no matter what I do... It’s not good enough but managers under me are getting the credit for things I’ve instructed them to do and they are his race.
      Please please no one be offended this is just what is happening in my world and I mean no disrespect. I am not the only training supervisor to notice this. Unfortunately this is a fact in my situation. That’s all I’m saying
      And with how corporations are now it’s eat or be eaten. It’s stressful and unfair but the way of the world now. At least in mine.
      I was told to Lose weight or Lise my job and that’s where it started.




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      Mztracy wrote Mar 26, 2011
    • I was told to Lose weight or Lise my job and that's where it started.  Cris, that's a law suit...




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