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    They were a senior manager used to bully me at work, constantly making me feel incompetent and worthless trying to get me to quit because I wanted to progress there but they wouldn't be honest about the lack of actual progression opportunities. I've noticed people I used to work with on Facebook posting memes etc that makes it look like the department has been closed down (most likely because that manager did such a poor job of running it and retaining staff). Is it wrong that I have happy thoughts of her having to sign on and probably struggling to get another job at her age (she's nearly 50 and only ever worked at the same company). It makes me smile when I think 'what employer would want that haggard old trout?' and then think of her having to wait 6 weeks for her Universal Credit to come through.
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    Perfectly normal if what you said is true.
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    (Original post by JDieMstr)
    Perfectly normal if what you said is true.
    I did leave in the end because I was diagnosed with depression caused by the workplace. I still get angry now whenever I think about them because I've never been treated like that at work and have always done my best.
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    (Original post by Pleasantri)
    I did leave in the end because I was diagnosed with depression caused by the workplace. I still get angry now whenever I think about them because I've never been treated like that at work and have always done my best.
    Yeh and tbh, I would probably be as much happy as you or more if I was in your shoes.
 
 
 
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