I have a question about protection. Background: Basically, I’m someone who has never had an enemy that I know of. (Except for my ex that hates me. Lol). Over the last year and a half or so I’ve been working for an employer that is pretty oppressive. I work in corporate healthcare and I could tell you some stories that would make your hair curl. Because of this recently I have become quite active in the union representing the
interests of patients and nurses. Well, this has been noticed.
Management is management and that is such as it is. As I said, that is expected. When you know who the enemy is it’s pretty easy and I’ve had quite a few successes that I believe have been due to magic I’ve employed.
But…what do you do when you can’t readily identify who the enemy is. Such as, fellow employee who are secretly working against you: gossip, acting as spies, etc?
I know the corporate monster and know how to deal with it but what do I do about these others that aren’t easily discovered. It’s hard to fight an enemy that isn’t facing you, so to speak?
Do I need to flush them out and know who they are to keep them from harming me or do I just need to protect myself in a more general way?
Has anyone else out there had a similar experience? What did you do?
I appreciate any help in regards to this…