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My New boss Is a typical two headed snake. He is passive aggressive and rude at times with no people skills what-so-ever.

I recently returned from a Stress leave, which clearly he was non-sympathetic to. When I returned to work, I was in a new location along with the rest of my department. My old printer was left in the old area which he was not aware of. One day I had my printer returned to me, myself and the management team were in a meeting when the IT guy cam down to install my old printer, My boss then asked me were I got this printer as i left the meeting for a moment, I said it was of no cost to the department, and told him who I got it from. He then went back into the meeting and started to lecture everyone one the appropriate way to order things which would be though purchasing, and not what she just did, and that how I got my printer was through the back door, and we don't do that.

I was sooo pissed off, but I could not confront him at the moment cause I was dealing with the install, had I been in that meeting room I surely would have taken a stand.
Once I returned to the meeting, they had gone on to new topics of discussion... It left me feeling demoralized, unjustly criticized, targeted,attacked and diminished & humiliated.

I have made a cases for myself with other examples of this kind of thing and plan to take it to the HR manager..

Do you have any suggestions for me to add to my case ?

Truly Fed up...  
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There is an old Chinese proberb:

"ONE WHO HOLDS GRUDGE, SHOULD DIG 2 GRAVES" or something like that. People like your boss, like to use their power and like to belittle others. Try to let go of it. Time changes patient.
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