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When You Work For A Bully
     

When You Work For A Bully

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by Susan Futterman
 
There are many books on how to deal with bullying managers, but what if you'd rather relieve yourself from workplace abuse than be forced to confront the problem? "When You Work for a Bully: Assessing Your Options and Taking Action," which has been profiled on CNN and in "Men's Health" magazine, is one of the few resources available that helps you leave an abusive

Overview

There are many books on how to deal with bullying managers, but what if you'd rather relieve yourself from workplace abuse than be forced to confront the problem? "When You Work for a Bully: Assessing Your Options and Taking Action," which has been profiled on CNN and in "Men's Health" magazine, is one of the few resources available that helps you leave an abusive situation in the workplace in a dignified and financially practical manner. Futterman, founder of online community "My Toxic Boss" and former reporter for "Investor's Business Daily," outlines the exit strategies available and how to manage your finances during this stressful time. Further, she offers guidance on bullying and the law, workers compensation and protecting your health coverage. With Web resources, a list of laws prohibiting job discrimination and dozens of real-life stories of victims of workplace abuse, this book is among the most practical and comprehensive guides for those who wish to cut their losses and move on with their careers. Hailed as "highly recommended" by "Midwest Book Review," "When You Work for a Bully" is destined to become a modern business classic.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780971953888
Publisher:
Croce Publishing Group
Publication date:
08/01/2004
Pages:
248
Product dimensions:
0.56(w) x 8.50(h) x 5.50(d)
Age Range:
3 Months

Meet the Author

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.

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When You Work For A Bully 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
When You Work for a Bully is much more comprehensive than all the other workplace bullying books I've read. The information is more practical than philosophical, which was a great help for me as someone at the breaking point under an abusive manager. I ultimately broke free from my job and was able to thrive financially and professionally using much of the advice Ms. Futterman provides.