And it's not good.
Has anyone had to cope with a lot of stress when giving up? How did you do it?
To explain am having huge stress at work. Being bullied by boss who is discriminatory against women and basically anyone who isn't his nationality. He has reduced someone elses hours (She's making a formal complaint)
and now a colleague has told me he wants to get rid of me and replace me with someone of his nationality. I've worked at the job for four years with no problem. I believe he's building up a "case" against me for the most trivial things...and he's undermining my abilities to the senior management. He rings me at home to shout at me for " mistakes",i'm supposed to have made- These are mostly things i haven't even done! He's not let me take holiday i booked ages ago, and given it to someone else, He's told someone else he doesn't want me to do any nights which i have never agreed to (because I'm a woman)He's told me i would have a certain amount of hours which i don't.
so my hours and pay drastically reduced (My nights have now been given to his friend- He's basically created a new job.)I think i'm gonna have to start a formal grievance procedure, but this is just going to make my life a misery. I believe i can get some support from colleagues, and i also think i've seen him pocket cash from early check ins (and tell me to check them in later) so my complaint could probably get him sacked as he's had a complaint against him from a customer too.
I have six days off now. I don't know what to do. How can I do all this without smoking? If I complain now, how can i go back in and work with him again? Should i wait until he starts disciplinary procedures against me? I'm logging it all (It's several pages)
He told me yesterday, that it "Was silly" of the other woman to complain, because it was all the DMs doing.He blames everyone else for all his mistakes.