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Intimidating and threatening boss

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may intimidate the human race into bringing order into its international affairs" (Albert Einstein).

Browbeat suggests the persistent application of highhanded, disdainful, or imperious tactics: browbeating a witness.

According to respondents, most acts committed in the office were perpetrated by a boss (31.7%/597 of 1882 incidents where perpetrators were cited) or supervisor (13.2%/260 of 1882). S.-based journalist, who said “I was slapped, regularly insulted and called demeaning names, not given certain assignments that were given to male co-workers instead, and forced to work overtime without being paid for it.” Other perpetrators included co-workers, police, government officials, and subordinates.

A respondent from India said “general discrimination is a major problem,” but especially for her, as a manager.

If your boss seems intimidated by you, your appearance, or your performance, you might think the position should be filled by somebody else.

But letting that opinion show could be detrimental to your career -- not your boss's.

“No one likes [a] female boss,” she said, “especially in the media field.” Dozens of respondents from several different regions said their supervisors or co-workers had used public criticism of their work, personality or general competence as a humiliation and intimidation tactic.