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One of the signs of a bullying boss is his efforts to humiliate you any chance he gets, mostly in front of other employees. Bullying bosses will constantly use every opportunity to get on your nerves, sometimes with offensive jokes, unfair criticism or snide remarks. Consider your boss a bully if he or she constantly ridicule and berate you.

Workplace bullying is a growing problem that countless people face every day. But sometimes people confuse bullying with toughness. If you work for a boss that sets high goals and expects a lot from you and the rest of the team, this does not mean that your boss is bullying. Dreadful Existence.

This way to tell if your boss is a bully is somewhat similar to being constantly worn out but aside from being tired, you just hate the thought of going to work. Your co-workers are cool and the work itself is alright, but the thing that you hate the most is interacting with your boss. Lots of people would change jobs if they could, but if your thoughts are.

The tough boss will “break you down” to build you up; the bully boss will “break you down” to see you crumble. And nobody wants to work for a crummy boss. Although peer-to-peer bullying is quite common, bullying can be particularly harmful when the bully is your boss a person in power. Bullying leaders’ goal is to control the people they are.

That’s because when your boss first attempts to bully you, you only have two choices: Refuse to take the abuse. In this case, there are two possible outcomes: 1) you’ll be fired immediately or 2. Look for confusion, frustration, discomfort, fear, overt emotional displays, and avoiding one’s boss, which are all signs that an employee is in distress at work and uncomfortable in their situation.

Don’t sweep complaints under the rug. Treat every complaint about bullying behavior seriously and fairly and investigate it. Things to look out for include: • Aligning peers or even superiors against you • Talking negatively, and almost gossipy, about you or others openly •.

8 Signs of a bully boss. Star performers start to fall – and they fall over nonexistent mistakes and infractions. Poor performers can do no wrong – and in fact, they seem to excel.

Implementing a chain of command – the manager prohibits employees from talking to anyone above them.

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Sign #5: Your boss wastes time on menial tasks and misses the big picture.

“The Lemonade Life: How to Fuel Success, Create Happiness, and Conquer Anything” by Zack Friedman
from The Lemonade Life: How to Fuel Success, Create Happiness, and Conquer Anything
by Zack Friedman
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These two lists helped explain why, based on their perceptions of subordinates’ attitudes and actions, bosses behave the way they do.

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‘Boss is bully.

“Pig Boy” by J. C. Burke
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Nearly everyone has worked for a “toxic” boss, someone who bullies, belittles, humiliates, or embarrasses subordinates.

“Passion for Leadership” by Robert M. Gates
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Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group, 2017

I once had a boss who was frequently angry and often very difficult to please.

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Thus, the alliterative stereotype of “bully boss” is an accurate headline.

“Bullying and Harassment in the Workplace: Developments in Theory, Research, and Practice, Second Edition” by Stale Einarsen, Helge Hoel, Dieter Zapf, Cary Cooper
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by Stale Einarsen, Helge Hoel, et. al.
CRC Press, 2010

“Apparently, working for a boss who’s also a bully will give you stomach issues.”

“I Funny: School of Laughs” by James Patterson, Jomike Tejido
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support incorrect viewpoints, sign false documents, overlook the boss’s wrongdoings, and do business with the boss’s friends.

“Exploring Management” by John R. Schermerhorn, Jr., Daniel G. Bachrach
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◾ Try to identify patterns and signs for your boss’s impulsivity, then hedge your bets accordingly.

“Managing Up: How to Move up, Win at Work, and Succeed with Any Type of Boss” by Mary Abbajay
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The following are indicators of potential workplace violence: • Intimidating, harassing, bullying, belligerent, or other

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  • You reassured me I’m not going crazy! My boss locks herself in her office 85% of the day, is always on the phone and literally when any of her subordinates walk by she is either (seriously) acting likes she shooting or hanging herself, has her hair pushed over her face like cousin It, or is blowing spit bubbles and drooling out of her mouth! How motivated do you think that makes US feel! Our fearless leader! Oh my word.

  • I worked for a family owned gym for 3 years. The owners moved to California “last minute” from New York and left the team leader in charge who only became increasingly condescending and petty as time went on. The owners are only partially in the pic now and do other projects. I was working 52 hour weeks and anytime I said no I was told I didn’t do enough. This is only the tip of the iceberg.

    I finally left but the mental and physical fatigue as well as getting micromanaged left it’s mark.

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  • if you suffer from anxiety, fear, anger, hate, cant sleep, just smoke that good moroccan hash and go search up some humoristic videos on youtube, thank me later, good luck, never forget you are stronger then negativity!

  • FBI, telling jobs to cause bully traumatic stress on jobs to create more crimes. Its facts I’m targeted since 2016 at old job. In Birmingham Alabama,Called divide and conquer crimes on jobs by bosses given orders to keep up shit with employees, doing job sabotaging, bullying, giving u others work, embarrassing u in front of others, staying on u to hard, Someoneone should start laws against evil bosses from hell

  • My job expects me to stand in one 2 by 2 square for 9 hours with or without work. Literally stood there all day yesterday and only made it 4 hours today without going home. Not cool.

  • Lol I just left my job and it’s the best feeling ever. Honestly the most toxic environment and every employee would leave after a one week. Especially some of my coworkers would projects their frustrations and belittle you.

  • I was surprised I was expecting a fluff piece, but you nailed my situation. My “boss”, who’s really just my lead came in pretending to be less qualified than he really is (why?). He’s technically SUPER qualified for the job (overqualified). He says he never led a team before (even said the reason he decided to leave his old company was because “HE” put his company’s competition out of business, and got bored) yet he charmed his way into the leadership role by over-promising deliverables to our (even more ambitious) manager. He has the ability to do a lot of this by himself, but I don’t play his game, and I wont kill myself 14 hours including unpaid overtime per day trying to please him, and he knows it. I’ve been relegated to doing repetitive tasks, and any time I ask to do something “in my wheelhouse” he’s like… “ummmm let’s have you work on THIS instead”… THIS usually being some repetitive task nobody wants to do. He’s tried to set up everything around his own success, and I can feel people who were initially enthusiastic about working in our group are getting progressively more disillusioned. Pretty soon he’ll be left with just the dead weight and even they will find other options once they figure out it’s all about elevating HIM, and not the team. When/if he gets promoted, the team will be shadow of itself starting from scratch, since he will have taken a lot of the tribal knowledge he’s currently the gatekeeper for, with him.

  • I worked as a cleaner for 8 weeks in a small company. Manager expected me to complete a 4 hour job in 2 hours (due to covid) so I met that challenge. Then the picking started. It was explained as “high standards” yet nothing was mentioned about the actually cleaning but pics were lopsided, rugs not straightened. I began to think I was going mental so I took pics on my phone of each room. When boss finally stated the loos were grubby I looked the pics. This was not recieved well (exposed the lies) and I left. I was not prepared to stick around for more damaging accusations like stealing etc..I have kept the pics just in case.

  • A co-worker of mine called me a faggot, and threatened to fight me in the work parking lot.

    Somehow I don’t think that’s proper workplace conduct, lol.

  • I’ve always been appraised as an exceptional performer at work… But the moment I stepped into a new department I always feel like I’m walking on eggshells. My boss ridicules and makes personal comments and loses his cool and yells at the drop of a hat. After 7yrs in my company… I’m seriously contemplating moving on. ������

  • i have exactly the same problem at my work, and unfortunately it is affecting my health, I can’t go to work evryday without feeling anxious and frustrted by the fact that I know that no matter how good i do my job, my boss will find the perfect excuse to target me,I do like my job actually, but now I don’t know what to do i feel trapped.I need help and i don’t know where to find it, any ideas?

  • One of the easiest signs is the Boss expects you (Not them) to put the Company before everything, Including Family! One Boss I had complained when I took time off to get my wife to the Hospital (She was in her 60s then) He liked it even less when I sued & won?

  • Bullying is horrible!!!! I’ve experienced it at 3 seperate jobs. I wish people would take this more seriously. HR, IMO, is only there to serve the company. I’ve gone to them and they always spout off the same BS dribble telling you to sit down and “try to talk things out rationally” and “learn to be a team-player.” That is a load of crap ’cause the bullies motive is not about a simple personality conflict but a need to dominate and psychologically destroy their target. Forget the teamwork!!!!

  • This describes my situation with 100% accuracy. I wake up with anxiety every day, and even when I work extra without pay it’s met with criticism. Every conversation feels demoralizing no matter how much I work and my mental health has taken a nosedive.

  • @nthomas32 Hi I am glad that I contacted you, have you found any resolve to this matter yet? Please get counseling for you are not the problem the bully is, but you will need help and assistance with this behavior. I know it is not easy to look for and find a new job, especially if you have accumulated time, money etc. in this job, but you will eventually have to make a decision, or they will make one for me. Please contact me with responce. God bless.

  • My boss is crazy. They’ll throw random shit fits (like yelling or hitting sutff). My other boss is just a pure ass. I am hoping I can work around this, but fuck sake, give me a break. They make my job more complicated, stressful, nerve-racking, ect. If it keeps up I am going to go in one payday, get my check, and walk out.

  • Yeah today one of my coworkers followed me like halfway home then stops in the middle of the highway for like almost a minute. Then finally ddesides to turn last minute laughing at me. I hate my job. N now im afraid of going to college cuz I think im gonna deal with more people like this. FRICK!

  • Yes yes!!!! To almost everything in this video, this wasnt my actual boss but from a colleague who was my supervisor/superior, constantly nitpicked at me even though no other supervisor who ive worked for ever did, constantly negative towards me very, rarely gave me any praise �� but oh yes when other colleagues came in who were at my supervisor ‘s level then all of a sudden they were nice to me ���� lol ahh well not working with them anymore ��

  • yeah, watching this before my old supervisor always interferes and saying demeaning my work ethic always tries to intimidate by firing. and gossip things about things usually should of just said something earlier but feel damaged from the harassment. didn’t have no other jobs for back-up. I reported once and later on he retaliated from my complaint. Should of documented all of this to build a case but damn either way the place was unprofessional it was minimum wage but not I know what to expect later on….

  • Favoritisms
    Trivializing/Minimalizing of of problems
    Gaslighting “You’re the only one to complain about this problem/person…”
    Calling you in on your day off
    Treats you like a nuisance when you approach them, even when they asked you to
    Breaking promises
    Hypocrisy, breaking their own rules

  • Last year I had a supervisor omit information pertinent to my safety. I received a fine because of his omission. He denied to my face not telling the truth. I personally paid the $100 fine. He never apologized and never made it right. I won’t forget it…totally changed my view of him

  • I am going through this right now. I am at the point of walking out everytime she starts in on me about an email i sent out she didn’t like or how she rolls her eyes at me when I answer her question.

  • Just voice your opinion!! And dont tolerate being yelled at. Bosses think their employers are puppets and can talk to them any kind of way without a response back.

  • My ex boss is sex-offender, he always had troubles with the employees when they reject his advances, he find way to bully them,or fire them, or they agree to give some drugs, in exchange to stay in the job and became managers even the do n’t know to right or read or even run the computer.have of his workers end on jail for drugs or stealing.

  • My manager does nothing but yells at me and criticizes me all the time and I get you told me this goes to table and it doesn’t! Read the tickets! Servers have more important things to do than run food! Can you buss tables! I have to run food, be on expo and buss at the same time! I get no tips but cut down by servers, managers and customers all the time! I hate my life

  • And what if it happens that your boss is the hr manager?:(

    Do I jump right on number 3?:'(

    I love my job. Only she is the problem:'(

  • at my job my boss is always really stressed out because our company is always on the verge of closing down. and by the way my boss is also my girlfriends dad who happens to own the company also. well im beginning to feel that the work is not worth the pain. ive been working hard for 7 months and feel as though nothing is good enough for him. when he takes his frustrations out on us everyone just blames it on his stress. im tired of being put down in meetings such as being called a mother fucker, or being accused that i dont do my job.

  • Hello Marat: Quick but important question. When you leave a job because your boss was toxic, how do you go about marketing yourself to new employers? How do you explain to a hiring manager the dreaded question, “why did you leave your last job”?

    I know that saying the truth will sound unprofessional (“my boss was toxic”), so how do you get around this hurdle without bad-mouthing your toxic boss and risking sounding ungrateful/someone with “work baggage”?

    I will appreciate your answer greatly! ��

  • Wish I saw this video 4 years ago, when I had a super toxic boss woman. Remembered one time she was blaming me for something I didn’t do. I tried calmly explain that I didn’t do it. It only made her more pissed, she called me disobedient and threatened to fire me on the spot. While there were customers around us.

  • I get so pissed about bullying ’cause the 1st 2 times I went through it, I had no idea what bullying was and thought it was my fault they were doing this to me. I thought if I was only a better, more competent worker they wouldn’t do this not realizing that I was those things and that is why I was targeted. It has destroyed 1 career and affected my confidence even to this day.

  • THE BOSS’ “BULLY” TRAITS ARE TRAITS OF A TYPE 1 Sociopath. Best kept secret! I do hope they connect bullying with sociopathy. All of these feelings are feelings of victims of type 1 sociopaths. Learn the traits. TRAITS ARE: bullying, criticizing, intimidating, controlling, lying, gossiping and division. Gorgeous, highly educated, brilliance are traits of a type 1 sociopath as well. They cannot feel love, remorse, guilt, or empathy but they are excellent actors. They love to sabotage projects and people and play twister with your mind. They love power roles such as CEOs, teachers, preachers, police officers, etc. where they are in position to bully others. If you want to prevent domestic and child abuse, know the traits. If you are a loving, gentle spirited person, you probably have at least one type 1 sociopath in your life right now. Fun and informative video! Let us connect the dots of bosses and sociopathy/psychopathy. “Bullying” is a trait. THEY LOVE TO HURT OTHERS! THEY LOVE TO BELITTLE YOU… They can hardly wait to get to work so they can make your life hell! Know the traits of the type 1 sociopath. They are conscienceless but they rarely do anything illegalimmoral, yes, but illegal, no. Thanks for sharing your video!

  • I was just fired this past Tuesday…I have been working for this locksmith for a year an half and I loved it being that it was something new to me and I was a quick learner…The problem I had was with this Bully Boss who in just my second week already was yelling at me and pointing out mistakes even though I didn’t have any experience and he was an awful teacher…didn’t have any patience…so for a year and half I was taking his BS because I liked working there…During that time I defended myself yelling back and basically stating that what he was doing was wrong and he apologized every time only to start back up again with the BS…He has a habit of yelling and playing me out in front of customers…he even kicked me out the shop for no reason in a fit of rage…so fast forward to Tuesday when he got real petty over something that can be done in 2 minutes and made it known in front of a customer and that pissed me off…So he sees that I am pissed and basically says that the next time I give him attitude I would be fired…So I say do what you gotta do because you know I am a good worker and I make you money…So he says your gone give me the keys I don’t care…he starts going off getting in my face until I tell him to watch himself or else I would really defend myself…Once I give him the keys I tell him to go fuck himself and that people who have worked for him also have been bullied by him and the problem is not me but him and as I walk out…I black out in a aggresive and calmly manner and tell him that i’m not a young kid I am 41 (5’11) and he’s 50 (6’1) and if he really feels like he can really bully me to step outside and I will bust his fucking ass…he got scared called the police and locked all the doors…The biggest coward in history because I was going to finish him!!!

  • I work for a Texas state agency. My boss is a sadistic bully who makes my life a living hell. I am 58 and dread finding a new position. When I went to HR the manager suggested I sit up straight, look him in the eye and tell him I want to be a team player. I feel so isolated.

  • On my first thirteen hour shift as a waiter, I had to help deal with an attempted murder inside the restaurant. The man was mentally ill and tried to kill another patron because he “didn’t want to be mugged”.
    We watched him repeatedly smash into the doors after we locked him out.

    When I told my boss the next day, she said “yeah, well I had a hard day too.”

    This is the same woman who parked her sports car in the handicapped space in a lot that only had 4 spaces total.

    The other manager got fired for jerking off at work. Multiple patrons saw him do it. This guy also did tons of coke and would sprinkle cheese on the pizzas after taking a dump without washing his hands. I’m so glad I left that place ����

  • My advice: if someone is micromanaging you regardless of whether you deserve it or not…QUIT. Micromanaging is inappropriate period.

    Find a new job ASAP.