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By  GhostFox  |  33

HR, stat. They might the able to change your shifts or relocate you. If not genuinely suggest looking for a different job because it sounds like he's picked up right where he left. I'd also suggest going very public about HR not doing anything, if they fail to act.

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By  GhostFox  |  33

HR, stat. They might the able to change your shifts or relocate you. If not genuinely suggest looking for a different job because it sounds like he's picked up right where he left. I'd also suggest going very public about HR not doing anything, if they fail to act.

By  RememberSchlitz  |  9

No one needs that crap in their life. I'm with those who advise alerting HR to the existing condition, but I'd further encourage you to set about finding a different job altogether and when you find it, be sure to very clearly explain why you're leaving. Use the guy's name and give specific examples. Expecting the (typically useless) HR department to somehow change this jagoff's behavior toward you is unrealistic and a waste of your time.

By  Pixiewolfe  |  45

I would record everything, communication in writing as much as possible, try not to be alone with him and if possible alert your supervisor why you are uncomfortable working with that boss. I wish you the best of luck. He sounds like a right dick!

By  mekiswrite  |  13

Even if HR can't do anything about past allegations of bullying, you can at least alert them to the fact that you are uncomfortable working with and for this guy. If they can't do anything immediately, make sure you keep track of everything thing he does that makes you uncomfortable and anything that could be seen as harassment. Try to record every conversation you have with him so you have actual evidence.

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