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Friday, October 23, 2020

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  1. Very much, I will console myself with the salary.

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    1. I earned above that but walked away from the gangups, dirty politics, eye service, witchcraft, setup, backbiting, jealousy, malice and vindictive people. Insecure bullying local champions who never expected to earn so well so thought they had become idols.

      Your self esteem
      Peace
      Mental health
      Is more important than money!

      Depression or unhappiness coming to work plus blood pressure issues are not worth it

      You become an aggressive stressed shadow of yourself

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    2. I earned above that but walked away from the gangups, dirty politics, eye service, witchcraft, setup, backbiting, jealousy, malice and vindictive people. Insecure bullying local champions who never expected to earn so well so thought they had become idols.

      Your self esteem
      Peace
      Mental health
      Is more important than money!

      Depression or unhappiness coming to work plus blood pressure issues are not worth it

      You become an aggressive stressed shadow of yourself!

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    3. We go abuse our selves tire o!!







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      Die
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      There 😎😎

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    4. Anon 20:59..If not that you said you earn above that, I would have said Iam the one that wrote what you wrote up there.
      Exactly what you passed through was what I passed through at my work place.A job I was happy to do initially despite the meagre pay made me almost mad and useless,my peace of mind was torn to pieces,every morning If Iam preparing to work, I will start running temperature,my breath will be so fast!
      If I eventually come, I will be so afraid and stay like the folk lore orphan meanwhile I was a star amongst them when I came.
      I will go into my bathroom in the morning whenever I am preparing for work and cry before I go to work, I didn't want my hubby to know because we needed the money to sustain us because he did an investment that turned bad and we were left with nothing financial!
      But at a point, I told myself that you are turning mad o, you better quit this job or allow it end you, when I started having loss of memory and sleepless nights was when I rannnnn!
      It's better to have little and be at peace!

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  2. The day he/she forgets to abuse me, I'll go to her office and remind her of my abuse.

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    1. Your hear is there😁 I’ll be like; “excuse me sir/ma you forgot something”🤣

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    2. 🤣😂🤣😂🤣😂🤣😂🤣😂 no una again???
      Never a dull moment here!!

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  3. Stella the way this country is ehn, I will happily continue that job till I’m able to become my own boss.

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  4. Who abuse don ever help? I will gladly dey work the work,na him go tire! Verbal abuse tho

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    1. “E go curse curse curse e go tire” in Success’ voice😂😂😂

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  5. The day he/she forgets to abuse me, I'll go to her office and remind her of my abuse.
    Save for sometime then bounce.

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  6. Yes, I will continue. I'm getting paid for my job, I'm good at it, and I have a thick skin, so his/her words mean nothing to me.

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    1. Absolutely nothing. I no go even reason am🚶‍♀️

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  7. Being a Nigerian alone abuse still they pass that one???

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    1. As innnnnnn and that one na for free oo

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    2. Preach babe! Being a Nigerian alone is an insult

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  8. Physical abuse?
    Emotional "
    Or sexual abuse?

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  9. Living in Nigeria...yes I'll continue the job.
    What's insult compared to how the government treats us

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  10. Yea. I will just learn to activate my "ignore" button.

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  11. Mental health is very important.
    No.

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    1. Chike just be thinking of me,the insult won’t get to you😁

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    2. Exactly... I’m sure they haven’t experienced a bully boss before... you can’t definitely be productive under such circumstances...

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    3. Lol@Nkay.
      Okay, anugom


      @Shea, I'm telling you.

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  12. Oh yes I will continue with the job. On a normal day the hardship in this nation is an everyday insult.

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  13. What type of abuse? Verbally or?

    If it's verbally, yes, I will continue.

    It doesn't affect me in anyway.

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  14. I will but I'll give myself a time frame of how long I'll do the job.

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    1. Take it from someone who’s been there, it’s not as easy as y’all think it is. Right now, the money seems like a lot to you, right? Yeah, so get into the job. Carry out the job, yours and his/hers, get insulted by boss then watch him/her make claims of being the one doing all the work and getting promoted while management questions your relevance. It’s just a matter of time before you realize your sanity and self worth comes first.

      It’s not all about the money.

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    2. This! Exactly, I'll wait it out for a while, save, look for other alternatives and plot my exit. Such continuous abuse can lead to mental/ psychological erosion and damage. Not willing to lose the core of my being and identity in pursuit of money biko afterall if it were paying peanuts I won't tolerate it Lol.

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    3. Of course there should be time to exit the environment. Planning and saving should be the focus...

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    4. Tell 'em @ TWE!!!
      Its not always all about the money. Imagine not looking forward to each day!!!
      Praying for Friday when it's just Monday.

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  15. Just abuse? As in mouth insult? He’s not sexually harassing me or being violent ba?

    Till I get the one that will give me 750k,God bless you sir/ma oooo

    Which insult is more than the one Nigeria is giving me🙄🚶‍♀️

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  16. This is hard o but it depends on the kind of abuse
    I can take emotional abuse to an extent but for sexual abuse, I'll quit o

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  17. I will resign if it is affecting my mental state cos i cant stand abuse of any kind

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  18. Constant abuse will eventually lead to low self esteem.

    My answer is No.


    *ayaoba*

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    1. You've spoken well..
      Before one knows it, he would start to reflect on each of the curse words and which might be damaging on such individuals self esteem..

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    2. Anxiety or depression or low esteem will now scatter you

      Tufia

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  19. Constant abuse will eventually lead to low self esteem.

    My answer is No.


    *ayaoba*

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    1. An outsider can't make me feel low of myself except family or a loved one...

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  20. Men in as much as the pay is good, such environment will not allow you to be productive at work, constant migraine, low self esteem, constantly on edge to mention but a few.. my mental health is far more precious to me than silver or gold... So no I'll resigned with immediate alarcrity!

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  21. Stella, if na by abuse most of the marketers for bank for don resign finish. They get abused verbally especially on MPR days to the extent of shedding tears if targets are not met and the next day you see them bouncing in their heels.

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    1. Oh! I was about to say exactly the same thing about marketers in banks. The abuse no be here. When I was working with a bank though I was in operations, I used to feel for marketers especially on the day of their MPR, see people’s mothers and fathers shaking and full of fear because the insults most of them receive no be here. Even the bank manager will be shaking if they know that the branch did not meet up with the target. They will be called names like dead body, fool, one marketer said they told him that why didn’t he just go and die. All these in front of so many of their colleagues from other branches.

      I used to feel pity for them and knew within me that I can never endure such insults and embarrassment no matter the amount.

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    2. The long term effect is not worth it

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  22. My salary 36k, in a good month I can get an extra 100. the insult from my Indian boss no be here. His Nigerian gfrd attitude set is choking.

    My work is like a lions mouth but I no fit leave the job, not in this present naija situation.

    We move!!!

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    1. Wetin man pikin go do 🤷‍♀️🤷‍♀️🤷‍♀️

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    2. Are you working for dangotes Indian employees?

      Take heart
      Better opportunities on the way for you

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  23. NO
    NO
    NO

    I cannot stand any form of abuse, no money can equate the trauma.

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  24. Stella,it depends on the kind of abuse o...if it's verbal abuse,I'll continue working o as per the salary,na she go tire if mouth start to pain her.

    I would quit asap if it's other type of abuse,I won't even wait for my boss to abuse me physically, emotionally and sexually.Once I start noticing signs I will 🏃🏃🏃🏃🏃.

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  25. No
    Money is important but My mentalheath is importanter

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  26. It depends on the kind of abuse ooo ,definitely not sexual I will bounce.

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  27. So long as is verbal abuse no wahala..What is verbal abuse compared to hunger, lack, inability to foot your bills, or even give your kids healthy and descent meal...omo, I go swallow the abuse like EBA..

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    1. Una never see sadist that take pleasure in humiliating others

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    2. 😂🤣😂🤣😂🤣😂🤣😂🤣😂🤣😂 ezígbóté swallow the abuse like eba, Lol!!!!

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  28. Even for a million naira I won't. I have been there, you think you are strong, you think you can handle it until all the insults begins to get to you

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    1. Exactly!!!!
      My mental health is priceless .

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    2. Have also had a first hand experience. Its not worth it abeg.

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    3. Very true. This man hated or maybe he still does, I've no idea(na him sabi). Prior to that, i've never been verbally abused in a work place. I'd do what everyone does and he'll single me out and use derogatory words. I'd cry everyday and my colleagues consoled me. I prayed to God to give me the grace not to hear him while he rants and he did. Today, if he shouts from here to the heavens, sounds like lullaby to me. It's not worth it abeg. Hold your money.

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  29. I'll manage for a while, save up then waka. Oga, keep your money let me keep my sanity. I'll Sha give him/her a piece of my mind before walking away.

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  30. All of you taking the job, and staying abused. May God not let you see abuse that can lead to death or depression.

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  31. I can't stand any form of abuse,i'll walk away.

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  32. Be specific na, what type of abuse?

    Because my own eh if you see the òkpökó(CIGAR) the oyibo smokes, it seeps into my office but each time I use toothpick and count the digits, I maintain and pray for good health.

    It is called aku na esi obi ike.

    Resign fire! With all these ones here already chanting "mummy, I will not school in this country for my professional course". Oriegwu!

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    1. Second hand smoke is dangerous oooo

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    2. I got some professional advice during the lockdown, the base of his door got piped with aluminium stripes, it's now airtight since he returned in August, he doesn't know yet. Kikiki.

      When he opens his door, the air filters in though but I got some serious scented oils countering it.

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  33. Yes ke, i will so ignore him/her, i get shock absorber

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  34. I will gladly continue the job o,till I save enough money and leave

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  35. No.
    My mental and emotional health >>>>>>>>>>> any sum of money.

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    1. #EndSWAT #EndPolicebrutality #EndBadGoverance Phoenix23 October 2020 at 21:29

      Same here I was earning more in my former place of work..But I would wake up with palpitations and check your mail if you have been sacked or deduction from your salary..I just woke up one day I said To hell with this job..Tendered my resignation..It was a very toxic environment..My boss patapata begged and begged but I said no looking back Please I need my sanity..

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  36. No form of abuse is easy to assimilate, it affects ur mental state. I can't condone any form of abuse no matter the amount,na to fight the oga be dat and bounce. Small amount in sane environment is a yes for me.

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  37. My sanity is worth much more than #500k

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  38. Hmmmm. Maybe. Even Satan has friends, so why not try to befriend the boss even if it is fake. Yes, o. Compliment the boss, bring treats, share interesting stories, they will soon believe they have an ally in you. Maybe you even warm up their cold heart and they change. Evil ppl need friends.

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  39. In nigeria today ???500k job?? I will continue with my full chest

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  40. Its very easy to say I would take it. You can't remain the same if you are been tortured emotionally everyday. Hell No. I went through a similar situation. I was earning 120k. My boss never owed me a dime but I resigned. I had some fibroid surgery at that time but this man couldn't stop mocking me. He would say' I learnt you were cut open' hahahhahaha. Are you sure you will ever give birth.? I couldn't cope with the insults. Even if he was paying me millions. I didn't deserve that but he did it because he felt I was helpless and couldn't resign at that time. I shocked him. I walked out and never looked back. He begged for me to come back and I refused. He died in his sleep after 13months. I didn't pray for his death but I cried because of what he did to me. I have forgiven him. Just be good to people. After three years that I resigned, his family wants me back in his company, his company never remained the same since my exit. I gave my all but just what we regard as word of mouth made mW leave. The family is constantly begging for me to take charge of their father's business. I would do my bit to ensure that the business doesn't go into extinction.

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    1. Wow
      Wow
      Wow
      Wow
      Wow

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    2. Money is definitely worth EVERYTHING

      Evil people taking pleasure in running others down for their entertainment

      GOD forbid

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    3. Don't go back to your vomit.

      These few words are enough for the wise.

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  41. Abuse...are you talking sexual,emotional etc?if yes,I will report the boss and keep my job.

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  42. Right now I will o.
    Work, save and then plan my exit.
    The verbal abuse sef is much when you are jobless

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  43. My fiance works in a place where he earns about 200k but he is always being insulted by one useless boss. One day he reported to me and said he will like to quit. I prayed about it and they are in good terms now. As for me,i can't trade my mental health for money...Never!!!

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