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How do I handle a boss that is out to get me?

I have a boss who apparently doesn't like me as an employee. She is nice outside of work stuff but is so entirely knit-picky with everything I do at work. She actually pulled me into her office to tell me she didn't like the way I walked around the office suite. She said I stomped too much or something. Anyway, she is always criticizing my work when my operations manager says everything is just fine. I only work with 3 people in total so there are only a few of us to choose and she has choosen me to be her punching bag. How do I handle this situation without getting fired?

Asked By: lw45 - 5/10/2007
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maybe your annoying... More
Answered By: ekdikeo69 - 5/10/2007
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It doesn't sound like she is doing anything illegal, just obnoxious, but this is clearly making your work life miserable, and that, in of itself, is intolerable. What is her boss like? If he or she seems like a fair person, I would suggest sitting down with your direct supervisor, explaining your issues, and telling... More
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Answered By: Cap'n Dan - 5/10/2007
 
There are two ways... More
Answered By: natarajan l - 5/10/2007
 
Be honest and talk to her about it. Be diplomatic ,tell her you feel she is picking apart your work, and ask what you can do to improve the situation. Do not be confrontational just let her know how you feel... More
Answered By: Jacqueline G - 5/10/2007
 
To handle a boss who is out to get you, the first and lasting solution is to get her first if you can but ensure you succeed; soldier tactics - eh... More
Answered By: lanre b - 5/10/2007
 
hi i had the same problem with a boss before he refuse to by software license and i refuse to try to bypass it he call me in his office and ask me if i was worth the money he was paying me and i replied i was going to ask you the same thing. He ask me to resign i said no, i do my job he ended up getting fired
Answered By: pcc122 - 5/10/2007
 
I think that you need to sit down and discuss your complaints with her. As a manager myself I wouldn't know what you are thinking. Be rational through out the conversation. She may want you to look better or what ever since her office is a reflection of her and if her bosses see a person not cheerful, your boss may... More
Answered By: De - 5/10/2007
 
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