When You Work for a Bully by Susan Futterman
Assessing Your Options and Taking Action

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For employees who are tired of constant confrontation, this book provides instructions for leaving an abusive situation in the workplace in a dignified way and moving on in a manner that is financially practical. Employees learn the numerous exit strategies available to get out of the abusive work situation, along with the benefits and drawbacks of each. From the decision-making process that will determine an employee’s next steps to the information needed to implement this decision, this book provides the data and resources to make those difficult choices as well as the knowledge required to set them into action. Advice on everything from knowing how to identify a bully to utilizing self-defense tactics and budgeting finances enables bullied employees to take control of complicated and uncomfortable situations.

About Susan Futterman

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Susan Futterman has worked as a writer and editor for Investor’s Business Daily and as a business reporter for the Omaha World-Herald, California Business Magazine, and the Hayward Daily Review. She is the author of Self-Defense for Men and Women and Using CompuServe to Make You Rich. She lives in San Francisco, California.
Published February 5, 2012 by The Word Store. 248 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Self Help. Non-fiction

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She explains how to spot the signs of bullying, distinguish between a bully and a negative manager, and understand how serious it is-""Of those targeted by bullies, 41 percent were diagnosed with depression and more than 80 percent reported effects that prevented them from being effective at work...

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