Welcome to our Workplace Intimidation Website where we strive to bring you all the latest up to date information about what to do if you are being intimidated at work.
We know that you found this website because of what you are going through where you work. We have been there ourselves and know exactly how you feel.
An astounding 72% of employees have reported to feeling ‘threatened’ in their workplace.
While your boss is your superior, it does not give them the right to strong-arm you in any way.
And of course “being nice” always is not on your job description, you better get the work done and done well and if you can accomplish this through good team relationship then that’s where you would qualify for the good bosses’ hall of fame.
You might also want to read some articles on this website if you do not want to be listed in books of “bad bosses” – Bad Bossology.
Intimidation from your boss makes work difficult, creates constant tension in the workplace and undermines everyone’s professionalism.
The following are ways in which you can cope with intimidation from your boss and perhaps foster a mutual level of respect and consideration for each other.It is the human nature; we don’t want to be ordered around on what to do – most often.So at the workplace you have to strike a gentle note to your being the boss around – and try not to be “bossy”.It can also include other offensive nonverbal actions like creating circumstances that limits your ability to do your job and get your work done on time or at all..In the last couple of decades, the amount of workers who admit that they have been the victim of a bully at work has been steadily growing more and more.” Children also relate bossiness to bullies – it is an intimidating act and certainly not likeable.