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Work Ethics

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Question: Is it correct work ethics for your manager to come beside you at work and start yelling “quick, faster, no time, hurry, ran and stop it let me do it go do something else or if you have nothing to do go away or outside”?

I don’t think ethics come into play in the situation you are describing.

Your manager is a bully. They don’t appear to have the interpersonal skills to manage people.

Unless you like being treated in this manner, it might be a time to look for another job. You don’t deserve to be treated this way.

Nor will you likely be able to change your manager’s behaviour. Bullies get off on making other’s lives miserable. It’s all about power and control. They obviously don’t seem to respect you.

You wouldn’t be the first person to leave a job due to a bullying boss. Until they are held accountable for their behaviour, they will never change.

That means you have to… if you want piece of mind and keep your sanity.


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