The Silent Sufferers
Sunday, February 6, 2011 7:43:15 PM
Sometimes, people on the job are suffering in silence because of Employer Abuse.
The Employee Must Not Be Treated As The Employer's Property, to do or say as they please;
There must be Mutual Respect.
But, sometimes the Employee is being Abused by the Employer. Maybe not physically, but Mentally and Verbally.
The Employee doesn't know how to get help with their situation.
The Employer might have been with the Company for a long time, have good relations with their supervisors and it seems like it's difficult to bring up Accusations Against the Employer, Unless The Employee has Indisputable Evidence.
Then, they reach a BREAKING POINT, resulting to Physical Violence, which Nobody Saw Coming.
But, Companies need to take a look at their Policies. They need to have a place where an Employee can Receive some Help, even, if it means moving them from one Supervisor to another.
NOBODY Wakes Up At Night and says, "Let Me Shoot My Supervisor."
THERE WAS SOMETHING GOING ON UNSEEN.
Sometimes, People Are PUSHED To A BREAKING POINT and the Supervisor or Employer, Due To A Bad Economy, Think They Have The UPPER HAND and Can Do AS THEY PLEASE.
I APPEAL To All Of Those Who Are Being Abused By Their Employer:
PLEASE DON'T TAKE MATTERS INTO YOUR OWN HANDS.
YOUR LIFE AND YOUR FAMILY'S IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN TO DO
SOMETHING IRRATIONAL OR TAKING ANOTHER PERSON'S LIFE.
ASK GOD TO HELP YOU
AND HE WILL.
...I Know Your Pain.
-A CMS Employee