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re: How do you deal with racist co-workers if you belong to a minority group and don't want to pull the "race card"? VIEW POST

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Whelp,

Not racially (obviously), but most importantly very carefully/professionally!

For example make sure you are square with your hierarchy first.

This may seem unrelated but it may not be.

More often than not mobbing practices are "ordered", than anything else.

If you are sure you know the policies in play, shift your action to the causing factors,

Think of it as a Min-Max game. Minimum effort for Maximum results.

It is also critical to keep a healthy "attitude" while you're at it,

ie: Don't let them "get" to you.

Keep the overtimes to a minimum and don't cut back on recreational activities (working out is golden).

So that's my best advice with the info at hand, In any case good luck and keep your chin up.

 
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