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Dear Amandeep,
Please pardon me if I have used your post, which is a cut and paste job of what Ankita Sethi wrote at Negativity matters, doesn as an example to appeal to members.
Please note that we should not cut/copy and paste what is available on the web or what is sent to us by email, without due credit.

Have a nice day.

A retired academic in the UK.
[QUOTE=amandeep dhillon;1509965]Do you remember the last time you had a bad day because of a negative colleague? Or the time when you adjusted to the snide remarks by a coworker (with great difficulty, though)?

From United Kingdom
As you have very rightly said, they are senior to me and hold good rapport.
Our firm is mid sized, my boss is senior to the HODs.
Although my boss is supportive and is aware about these things, however he's relatively new in the organisation. And do not want to be very harsh on such matters.
Kindly advise.
Thanks & REgards,

From India, Delhi
If your boss is not prepared to take action, there is very little you can do. protocol in organisation requires instructions to follow downwards and across and never from a junior to a senior. If your boss is prepared for you to issue a note to say "As instructed by XXXXXX, you are kindly requested ........", then you can issue it.
Have a nice day.

From United Kingdom

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