Stress in the workplace is very common, especially if a superior or workmate induces it. This emotional strain can interfere with your well-being, productivity, and performance at work. “The Bully Corporation” is a groundbreaking detailed exposé of workplace bullying and corporate culture. Join the courageous author as she tells you about the incredible and shocking experiences with bullying in the workplace.
“On Friday, June 10th, late morning, I went into the kitchen, brewed a cup of coffee and began slicing a croissant for myself. I felt great and was in an exceptionally good mood, satisfied with my decision to leave the Company and thinking about my future plans. In walk Luna and Chuck who positioned themselves a couple of feet behind me to my right and were whispering off and on. Twice I glanced back at them for a brief second and each time I did so they abruptly stopped whispering to each other, only to start up again when I resumed tending to my croissant. As I felt them slowly edge closer, my heart began pounding because I sensed something dreadful was about to happen, particularly since I was able to see from my peripheral vision their hands gesturing towards my body as they were whispering. Just a little more butter and I’m off to my desk … and then … Oh no!”
In today’s corporate culture, mistreatment can happen at any level. Such harm can be depicted through subtle forms of injustices—repositioning employees through favoritism, unfair income discrepancies, a newly perceived threat to one’s job by a cunning executive, and even slander or worse!
The competitive nature of a corporate society coupled with workplace bias takes a toll on our mental health while creating insecurities about the future of our jobs and career. This book shows how seemingly trivial yet repeated negative behaviors of workmates can constitute workplace harassment.
Available in MOBI, EPUB, and PDF formats, this page-turning e-book is an eye-opener on bullying, harassment, and unfair treatment in the workplace. Get your copy now and be empowered in today’s corporate society.