posted on Sep, 10 2014 @ 08:13 PM
a reply to: TexasSeabee
Agree with eeyipes on this one - if it's something minor, then chances are the company would rather you and Person X resolve it yourselves. That's
how it was done at my previous company; my manager and myself really didn't get along too well (he would say comments in a negative context when I
didn't even deserve them, complain about how I didn't get my work done when it wasn't done his way, say things that are low morale comments in
general). In my case, I finally snapped, and said out loud that I was not appreciating the comments, and we solved our issues out in a private room.
Added bonus was I got him as close to an apology that he would go.
Most companies nowadays have a way for you to report the issue anonymously; in my case, I can go to the HR, or through an anonymous hotline (not to
mention another O'Brien-like person, who's job is to find out what is going on in the company).
In Short: If it's something minor, you can either go to the person's boss, or try to solve it out on your own - something major (corrupt manager,
assault, threats, etc), take it to a higher level.