If someone is abusing, insulting, or otherwise harming you on a regular basis, it's called . Cruel and usually really annoying, harassment is also illegal in some cases.Its Hindi meaning is उत्पीड़न
Harassment or bullying in the workplace is very common.
- Stop trying to understand or make sense of the illogical, confusing behaviors' of the bully
- Don't get sucked into believing it's your fault
- Don't confront a bully, if required always have a third person attending
- Keep all evidence eg. diarise, take copies of emails, phone messages etc. (don't rely on your memory)
- Avoid isolation, stay in contact with supportive people
- Care for yourself with relaxation and pleasurable activities in your life outside work
- Use a personal journal of your thoughts and feelings
- Be prepared to leave or resign if you need to, however, make sure you leave with all your entitlements and get help from the appropriate people if needed.
Any type of harassment in the workplace is against Federal law if it is based on a discriminatory reason such as race, religion or gender. Title VII of the Civil Rights Act disallows it, and most states have laws against it as well. Workplace harassment doesn’t necessarily have to cause you financial harm. You may not lose your job or be denied employment. But if someone or something is making your work hours miserable, this is a form of discriminationNever hesitate to retaliate if your senior/bully is crossing his limit. Every person is equal and every body has same respect and human dignity. Just only that victim is junior or new or inferior in post doesn't mean that he can be grilled often. Everyone has his fundamental rights and regarding Harassment Hon'ble Supreme Court as well as High Court has issued several guidelines.