If you’re being bullied out of your job, try to be be professional, methodical and use your employer’s policies and procedures against them.
The above represents a very small excerpt of our detailed and extensive response to the CWaC case.
When they targeted us with a range of bogus “gross misconduct” charges, they did it to the wrong person. We responded in part by channelling participants through our own witness interrogation dispute methodology (see above), which caused the directors concerned to hate us with a passion.
This also threw them off kilter, caused them to forget their professionalism and to begin hitting out, breaching their own policies and procedures left, right and centre.
These very important people didn’t like being pressured into conducting themselves with dignity, and in accordance with established protocols at all times. At least not by somebody whom they regarded as a low value employee and a social inferior.
Ultimately, at the final hearing on 21st August 2009 – our 50th birthday – we took great pleasure in picking them…
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