My boss initially hired me to be her assistant but also receive hands-on training in HR. Since entering this position, I haven't received any training per her. She's also bullies me daily since 7/2017 via work assignments; she has even thrown papers at me. To add to the insanity & instability, she's recently mandated dept. members to use a specific [and lengthy] check-in list to complete every 2 weeks - except for me. I have to complete it daily, to only Sometimes review it in 15 minutes, while almost everyone else [because not all have to do it apparently] has an hour...every 2 weeks. Even though I still complete the tasks per her instruction - and on-time with verification - she'll still retaliate & accuse me of not doing the work to where I then have to provide a documentation report. She lies to me about directives, withholds necessary information needed for my work, and just as of lately, forged my signature on my performance review. It's to the point of me having to document every instance to cover myself so that when she accuses me, I can pull up a paper trail - not that it helps the situation. I don't know who to go to; she's the HR SVP & I'm having physical reactions.
Why do you think your boss is doing this to you? Supervisors do not have to be nice or professional, but they cannot single you out for a discriminatory one (due to your race, age, national origin, etc.).
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