(Side note: for more specific details on the process for how to deal with a bully boss, check out my book, Making Work Work).
Dealing with a bully boss isn’t easy, and if you want the bullying to stop, you’re going to have to put in some work to document a consistent pattern of bullying behavior.
Deputy District Attorney Jana Hoffman said said the mixed verdicts “make no sense” because they required the jury to find the girl told the truth about some acts but lied about others.
The victim’s family was pleased with the convictions, said their lawyer, John Manly.One of the things that bully bosses count on is the lack of a quality paper trail from the people who they bully.Keep track of everything relating to the bullying incidents, emails/texts, including exact quotes (if possible), dates, times–.So instead, allow me to introduce you to your newest best friend when dealing with bully bosses: Good Documentation. Good documentation is an extremely powerful tool that cannot be underestimated.If you’re dealing with a boss who is known for his bullying, you need to get into “court reporter mode” and stealthily get your documentation on.