Boss Man wrote:It got bad in the manual skills sector a few years back, after people were discovered to be on secret blacklists. People in construction, standing up for another manual worker, being labelled a troublemaker, secretly put on a list and then struggling to get work, or being miscast as a wrong'n, added to a secret list and denied entry to similar work, because other similar employers could use these unethical lists, to weedle out potential employees at rectruitment stage.
That has now been stamped out, or supposedly anyway.
Boss Man wrote:that are hard to prove
musculArgirl2 wrote:That's not just the government for you that's the corporate world. If your boss likes you they allow things to go on. If they don't like you, they won't. Simple as that! It really doesn't matter what kind of worker you are it all depends on management. Personally i think a lot of creepy people get into management too which doesn't help the situation.
Boss Man wrote:Are you in a position to report these incidences to someone higher than he, as if that is the case you should consider it, or management people will attempt to get away with things and abuse the system.
If you could fine one or more people of similar rank to you at work to back up these things or provide other incidences of managerial abuse of privilege, you might get some redress.
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