If you’re lucky, the last bully you encountered hit you up for your lunch money—but not everyone leaves their bullies back in high school. Some people work with them.
But these bullies have moved on to bigger and more nefarious schemes. “An office bully,” says millennial career expert Jill Jacinto, is someone who “consistently puts others down and lives for people’s failures. They use fear to get what they want.”
Even worse, though? Office bullies’ intimidation tactics aren’t always overt. So, here are six signs you’re dealing with an