One of the main reasons that workers become unhappy at work is bad management. A bad boss can turn even a good working environment into an uncomfortable and unhappy workplace. They have the ability to assign good or bad tasks, and ultimately to fire us. Here are Tips for
Improving Your Relationship
If you are struggling to have a good relationship with your boss, then you shouldn't stew in silence. Talking to your boss about the problems you are having in a calm, polite, and professional manner can help you work together to resolve them.
A bad boss is one who is intentionally mean or unethical and is not receptive to dealing with you in an honest and open way. A bad relationship is an inability to communicate or work together to achieve mutually beneficial goals. When you approach your situation with your boss, you should focus on the relationship instead of the person.
If the problem has really gotten out of hand, then your best bet may be to talk to your boss's supervisor or someone higher up in the company. If you have tried everything or have just thought it through and realized that there is nothing else you can do, then your best bet may simply be to take the problem to the next level. Talk to your supervisor about the problem.
Take action if you feel you have been discriminated against
if you believe you have been discriminated against and you are in a protected class.
Be professional at all times
Though you may be tempted to slander your boss, to act childish, to show up late to work just out of spite, or even to do something as silly as stealing your boss's stapler, these antics won't get you anywhere. Even if you find that your boss is childish or immature, you should not stoop down to his or her level and maintain your professional nature at all times.