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I am working with a supervisor who rumors and belittles me behind my back, looking for other co-workers to side with him in his aggression towards me. One such apprentice is his lead hand, who will use his loud mouth to belittle me in front of others.

I am here to find out how I can effectively deal with this situation without having to terminate employment, which I am prepared for if it eventually leads to that.

A discussion is needed in this situation with the "bullies" before taking the issue to a higher level, but would presenting documentation to them which defines the meaning and characteristics of Workplace Bullying help or hinder the situation ?  
Employee: notquitting
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I'm in a similar situation. I take care of my elderly parents and cannot afford to walk away form a good paying job. I have developed health problems due to the stress and worrying. Keep good records, dates, times, other that were witnesses. A small tape recorder to record some of the verbal abuse. Start building your own case. The law is not on your side in these types of situation. However, if I'm fired, I will sue based on the harm the abuse has done to my health.
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