Cheshercat


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workplace bullying

Posted: 24/07/2014 at 13:21

interesting comments!  This has been going on for months, i can cope with someone being crap but this is deliberate.  Then again i am not expecting the management to do a damn thing, so it is the job hunting avenue i will go down. 

Oh, Muttley, last time was 15 years ago and i do not make it a habit of mine to be feel the victim.  This time however i have customers wanting work and i can not get it to them, thus it makes me look like i am shit at my job.  I'm not.

 

 

workplace bullying

Posted: 24/07/2014 at 09:38

Thanks for the advice.   Not a member but only takes a click on their webpage and payment.  Will be doing that later today. 

RicF - myy concern is if i raise it officially i will look like a trouble maker but why should people get away with it?   Parr from nailing his head to the table i can not do a lot.

current issues are not getting work to me ontime when promised so making my work late for the customer, sarcastic comments to those around and generally being a total shit. 

 

workplace bullying

Posted: 24/07/2014 at 08:36

This has been happening to me for the last few months and it  has got to the point of job hunting which i do not want to do.    I like my job where i am. 

So, reporting the issue to the management, has anyone been successful in get the individual pulled up on it?

Currently their trick is to totally hamper me getting my work done when i rely on them to do their bit, arsy comments in front of others, snide remarks etc.   I have spoken to my useless manager in April, sent him an e mail following it up, spoke to him again in June and so far sod all has happened.

So today i have requested the work place policy on bullying and what they could do.  hopefully this will jump start them in to being concerned.

I have been down this road in the past and fought it on my own.  Sad thing this it has gotten right under my skin. 

Has anyone got any advise especially with the work place policy?   Most places will have similar views.

Thanks

CC

Are you really a runner...

Posted: 23/07/2014 at 13:42

Badminton.  It said i was not suited to long distances.  Ha, just done 2 marathons in a 5 weeks so they can suck my shuttle cock!.

Mont-Blanc 80km 2014

Posted: 25/06/2014 at 09:42

Rumrunner  -  There are loads of places to drink, i'll be in town tonight anyway. There are a fw others arriving today/tomorrow.

 

I can meet you by the  tourist info centre at 5?  If anyone else is about please do join

Should obesity be considered a disability?

Posted: 13/06/2014 at 08:02

It is a choice to eat more than you need but then to say it is not my fault i am overweight is not taking responsibility.   We have access to more ways of staying healthy than ever before but some choose not to. 

I hear it at work that folk are overweight but they will deal with it tomorrow but never do. 

It is a difficult issue but it does come down to the individual in the end.

 

Things you want to say but can't

Posted: 12/06/2014 at 08:05

Screamapillar - totally agree, makes me wonder at my place how we make any money with the numner of little get together we have.  Think management must be bored or they need to feel important.   

 

Still, when they are not here it is quiet.

Things you want to say but can't

Posted: 11/06/2014 at 09:37

How many times do i have to say i am bored?  I have said it to you and then confirmed what i sadi to you in an e mail.  You responded but so far done nothing about changing the situation. 

Since you joined the company last year i still have no clue as to what you do.  In meeting lots of time so i guess it makes you feel important. 

I know i am not a blue eyed boy, i just want to work and go home knowing i have made a difference.

You really are a total cock womble.  Perhaps that is why you were "let go of" in your last company.

Liverpool Rock n Roll Marathon anyone?

Posted: 29/05/2014 at 12:48

I never saw the cat.  The pacers were all over the place.  saw the 4 hour marathon pacer doing 8:30 min/mile for the first 4 miles.  Mind it did not help me as my legs fell off along the sea front.  That was a very long 4 miles.  

Who said Liverpool was flat?!   Anyway, will just have to enter another race and get the infamous sub 4 hour.

 

 

Mont-Blanc 80km 2014

Posted: 23/05/2014 at 13:52

I'll be in chamonix the saturday before but happy to meet up for a drink before the race. 

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