Manager intimidating employees
Some of these intimidating behaviors include, but are not limited to, verbally abusing you by yelling and screaming, putting you down and ridiculing you in front of others along with sabotaging or stealing credit for your work.
It can also include other offensive nonverbal actions like creating circumstances that limits your ability to do your job and get your work done on time or at all..
You finally got that promotion you’ve been wanting and now, you’re a manager – perhaps for the first time in your career. If this is your first foray into management, you might be a bit nervous.
That feeling is understandable, common and, in fact, quite warranted.
One of the problems with this type of management is control; they want to have full control of the decisions and just directing employees to complete a task, the knowledge and skills of employees does not contribute to the company decision making process.
One of my peers once asked me if I was afraid of losing control of my department, further more, my job.
My years of experience working for a financial company have led me to face many types of bosses.
Some were very hard to deal with, but I was fortunate that I had mostly good ones to look after me.
If this is what you are experiencing, then take your time going through the information on this site as you will more than likely find things that are very familiar to your own circumstances.
Very often, people that are new to management do not completely understand what it means to be a manager – how their life will change (yes, your life will definitely change).
This is especially true if you’ve moved from an hourly wage to a salary… This article will present you with a set of guidelines you can use to help make some sense out of what is often a confusing transition.
In the last couple of decades, the amount of workers who admit that they have been the victim of a bully at work has been steadily growing more and more.
By 2011, 50% of the people surveyed admitted to being subjected to rude behavior at a minimum of once every week which is an unprecedented increase of 25% since 1998.