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aj7397
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Hey peeps

I just wanted to ask, HOW DO YOU FUCKING SAY NO TO A CONSISTENT BULLY AT WORK???!!

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  • 1
    You show deep curicity about his opinions.
  • 3
    How do you deal with problems at work? Go to a manager or HR.
  • 11
    Follow this quick guide to dealing with a bully!
  • 3
    T-pose to exert dominance.
  • 1
    @Demolishun The problem with escalations is that they create more problems than they solve. Plus those fukin bullies are good at talking.
  • 3
    @C0D4 the best part of that gif is that instead of a second U key there's a tooth
  • 1
    @aj7397 What kind of actions are we calling bullying?
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    @Demolishun Consistently asking for what I said no for. Casting judgement based on answers. Using the fact that I am an over performer to become an under performer and hide behind emails. And the worst, bullying based on where I come from using passive aggressive statements that are quite difficult to refute respectfully in a workplace.
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    @aj7397 Insist all requests are by email. Ask him to cc your senior. Then refute the request for whatever business reasons that make sense.
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    I find their personal weakness, gather evidence and then legal doxx them to whatever entity can cause them the most pain (HR, USCIS, church, family, nextdoor, etc) until they are either fired or beaten into a state of tolerability.
  • 0
    Track him down and break his knees with a bat
  • 0
    @SortOfTested downvoting for cancel culture encouragement.
  • 2
    Stare into his eyes and whisper I love you
  • 2
    You bully them back double to establish dominance. That's not a joke. I've been bullied a lot when I was a nerdy kid and this is the only way that works. HR usually wont step in without proof or unless work productivity drops. Just get in there and fuck them up so bad with triple vindictiveness that you aren't a good bullying target anymore.

    Anyone saying otherwise is wrong.
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    @aj7397 It’s not easy. You have to be direct and consistent. Don’t be unprofessional, but don’t be polite. Remain calm. Respond to passive aggressive comments with curiosity (ask for clarification a lot).

    If that is uncomfortable for you I get it. But do it enough and it get less so.

    Good luck.
  • 0
    @hashedram Been thinking the same way as well. Will probably do that soon. He just needs to take the first steps so I can respond.

    Thanks.
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    @aviophile
    Fuck you? If someone leans on you, you lean back. Passive aggressive cowards that hide behind policy and technicality deserve to be crushed by it.

    That's not cancel culture, it's quid pro quo.
  • 0
    @SortOfTested take a chill pill
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