I am sure that this woman employee is talented and skilled. She shall just stop going to the office and send them a resignation letter via a registered post. (Write all your points in that mail and attach a letter from National Commition for Women (National Commission for Women, New Delhi, India). [Approach this Commition and state your case first]
There is no dearth of jobs in the market. I donít know why people suffer so much at work.
1st March 2016 From India, Delhi
1st March 2016 From India, Dehra Dun
New hire who has come from different background/different companies and experience may not be quickly accepted in such organisations.
Is the CEO doing any illegal activity in the company?
The new hire is finding herself out of place and out of sync in the new place.
What I would advice is leave and move on with your career.
You have better things to do than reforming some one who has a different mindset and is not open to new views,opinions and way of working.
As long as he has not physically harassed or troubled the new hire,the person should calmly move out and find alternate job.
One cannot keep trying to change orthodox and closed mindsets.
1st March 2016 From India, Pune
Though i a green horn in the HR profession , but i think the issue emanated from the hiring process. Sometimes when an individual is being hired and non of those whom he/she is to work with are involved in the selection process , issues such as these emerges . In a nut shell , if the CEO was part of those who made the selection , i don't think he would have an issue with her .
Secondly , i think the issue could be gender related since the case never mentioned any thing about her being incompetent .
Finally , she might have attempted to initiated certain changes within the organisation , which ended up being perceived as threats .
My kind advise to her is to resign unconditionally and continue with her career else where.
1st March 2016 From Nigeria, Lagos