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Even if you’re smarter than your boss, don’t flaunt it. When you hear an inaccurate statement, say, “You may also be interested to know that …” Then supply a key fact and let the boss draw an independent conclusion. That’s how to score points.
When employees complain about “workplace bullying,” managers and HR are often confused about how to respond. Could this be harassment that requires a legal response? Is the employee using the term to describe a colleague who is simply annoying?...Click here to find out more.