Being harassed at work......what should i do?
Someone at my work took window chalk to this girls car window and wrote "GO OBAMA" because she have a MCCAIN sticker on her car. She thinks it is me because i have an OBAMA sticker on my vehicle, and she keeps talking about me and how she is going to sue me if she finds proof it be me. And i mean it is all through out the day that i hear her discussion about me and she is now very rude too me. The bureaucrat will not do anything because they are "BUDDY BUDDY" so what should i do about this? I am tired of being harassed for something i did not do.
Not a good idea. If you don't resembling your job then do it. But it is not easy as you construe. Could be more costly for you. Women are vicious.
Tell her to put up or shut up. Tell the boss you want to folder a hassasement complaint in writing. If you have a human resources dept, go in that and file a written complaint.
I touch you with this one...i was there too myself...i be accused of many things in my departed that i didn't and couldn't possibly do but yet my accusers were so convincing that they even made other people believe THEM...i couldn't believe my ears...i feel like i was in a bleak movie...but in the end the truth is always revealed somehow someway...so freshly maintain your dignity...speak up and speak out when called to do so...play offense...if you hear her talk nearly you go up to her "politely" and confront her in front of everyone...lay down all the cards...speak about her that she's crazy...tell her that instead you should be the one suing her for the lies that she's spewing without any factual evidence...but do it adjectives with goodness...endure it and contained by the end by who you are people will start to see that you didn't do it after all because you maintain your dignity...and like i said before the truth always surfaces.
All you can do is go above the manager's head and complain to his or her boss. More than likely, that will backfire on you, big time. Being rude and conversation behind someones back show a lack a behaviour, but they aren't grounds for harassment. Those are things like race, sex, age, etc. Best to obverse this person. If you over hear your name come out of her mouth, join the conversation. Say, "I'd love to hear what you enjoy to say to me, rather than about me." If she's rude to you, influence, "I'll bet your mother would be ashamed to know she failed in teaching you adjectives courtesy." If you remain calm, polite, and mature, and challenge her commander on, she'll look like more of an immature idiot than she already does. Eventually, she'll tire of looking like a fool.