Our expert says:
If you harass anyone at work it is unacceptable and amounts to an unfair labour practise. It is worthwhile placing all these incidences down in writing and lodging a grievance with him directly. This will give you proof in due course that they are trying to push you out. If this carries on and you are finding it intolerable, you have two options: (1) you can refer the matter to the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration with regard to an unfair labour practise or; (2) you may give them a letter resigning outlining that you are FORCED to resign because of the following instances and then you must outline all the various complaints you have had over the past few weeks.
This resignation must then be referred to the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration as a constructive dismissal.
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