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      Abusesurvivor
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      I left an abusive relationship over (removed by moderator) years ago. I left my workplace due to having my (removed by moderator) daughter  (removed by moderator) ever since I have been in horrible bullying workplaces where Ive had to stand my ground and take sh*t. My last two workplaces have been the worse gaslighting in (removed by moderator) then financial and psychological abuse in the second which is difficult getting over the anger and deviousness of their behaviour. The last one was meant to be a trauma informed environment more like trauma inflicted. The (removed by moderator) run this were awful, devious, vindictive, manipulative as well as the rest of management – probably their flying monkeys even the (removed by moderator) was at it which no one will believe me over as he comes across ok. Several people were made redundant (removed by moderator). They even conned people and I really hope karma gets them as people tell me they havent been following employment law but they get around it other ways. My fingers are crossed that someone can get them at it and shame them and cause a (removed by moderator) collapse.

    • #162492
      Bananaboat
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      I hear you! I’ve had awful time over the last few years at work. This on top of all the stuff outside work can be overwhelming, but I also wonder if I stay because it’s also familiar – like we know how to cope with gaslighting etc because we received it outside work. Unfortunately toxic workplaces rarely change unless someone radically changes the culture. Here’s hoping karma kicks a few bums! x

    • #169018
      Abusesurvivor
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      Yeah the company is getting a bad reputation and even recruitment agencies refuse to deal with them. Karma doesnt happen instantly sadly.

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