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Fluffyears Sun 12-Jul-15 10:44:36

I am searching for a new job as I am being bullied (quite subtly) by my manager an one senior. I dread going to work and spend most of my time there on the verge of teas. It's so sad as I used to like my job until these two were employed last year. I am very employable with good skills so hopefully a new job won't take long in my sector.

Now the dilemma once o find a suitable job I will have an exit interview with a representative from HR. Should I be honest and open the can of worms about the behaviour I have faced? Or should I just leave it since I am getting out for a quiet life? Most likely if i am honest a grievance will be initiated and wonder if this affects my reference?

Rafflesway Sun 12-Jul-15 16:30:35

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Fluffyears Sun 12-Jul-15 16:43:21

Thank you so much. I already have monday dread and could just sit and bawl my eyes out. Well don you for getting out, unhealthy politics is a very good phrase I will remember that. i just need to get away, far away from it all. Thank you for your helpful and inspiring reply flowers

Rafflesway Sun 12-Jul-15 20:22:30

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RandomMess Sun 12-Jul-15 20:29:34

You could contact HR once again after you are settled in your new post and they have your references if you wish to embellish on the bullying - I say this only so any future complaints by other employees will hopefully be taken seriously.

Fluffyears Sun 12-Jul-15 22:33:24

I have documented a lot of the stuff and ant further 'informal' chats I will ask for them to be written up and signed that might put the wind up him. Thank you for the advice and support.

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