Dear Kreena, Thank you so much for the help. Thank you.
From India, Sambalpur
Dearm Annonymous,
Good treatment & behaviour is the essence of working place also create a good atmosphere to work by the employee. There are some exceptional people they treat their junior as if slave and behave rudely. Generally this type of people having much personal & family problems, for which they show their anguish & frustration upon others.
Now nothing left for you in that office as you have already resigned. Now you better concentrate on your baby and family, also look for a new job. You have got experience and will get one too. Why to bother unnecessarily for past which is going to end within a short span.
Your this posting gives me to think that you seek advice from us, whether to go with resignation or to withdraw. You know your organisation and the people around you better than us. You decide what will be best for you as a whole.
It is hurting while suggesting to ghost as you people bears no name at all. If you are so scared of identity or loosing of prestige should not seek help from others.

From India, Mumbai

It happens in all the organisations between Junior level and managers. It would be good if you can connect to more people or major people in the organisation as you are HR.
Doing so will help you become stronger in any company. If your manager is not supporting you then you can be in touch with his manager.
I tell this to everyone, we should always try to close the important work first which our managers followup. Then we can do other things on the next day as they are not much important that we have to close by today. If we work on time then you can leave on time and if you come late also managers doesn't tell anything to you.
And I always try to finish the work on time so that no one can stop you on this. Tell them that my working hours have been completed and if still any work is pending then I will do it and leave. But update them that I can't sit daily on the works that are given while leaving the office.
If its continuing just inform your managers manager that this is all happening daily.

From India, Hyderabad
My dear Lady:
Being in the profession for more than four decades I have learned:
Never scold or belittle an employee
Never ever do so in front of others
If at all there is an issue, it needs be discussed in private
Not to be reprimanded, but to be counseled and advised
Your boss's attitude - the beans now being spilled -
Would have belittled himself in the eyes of everyone
Talk to your HR Manager, seek his counsel
Forgive, and pray for, your boss
(Remind him you have a resignation note ready in your handbag)
And he will begin seeing where he stands
Among his associates that keep his department / service on the move
Arif ur Rehman

From Pakistan, Karachi

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