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    I've been working at my current job for a few years now and we have had quite a number of managers come and go and lots of reshuffling.

    I recently became the target of a bully who had a known history of it - over 10 years (bullied multiple staff members - at least 5 staff with some whom reported it to management but then left because of her , she's bullied students, always rude and everyone treads on eggshells around her because of her rude and aggressive outbursts). I reported it to the recently assigned director of nursing (who I found out later is actually friends with her as they worked together way back). I felt nothing was really done about the situation.

    I applied for secondary employment recently and it was rejected by the director or nursing, I don't know if the 2 are related but I feel that they may be but will never be able to prove it. I had a performance appraisal recently and had a good review with my nurse manager.

    Now I've just found out that they haven't been paying us correctly for all the overtime we have been doing for years, I confirmed this with payroll. I brang this up with my nursing unit manager today who said she will look into it.

    I feel like they are going to see me as a trouble maker and are going to make my life really hard.

    Besides documenting everything, does anyone have any advice or has anyone been in a similar situation?

    Any feedback would be great. TIA.