A right to make your voice heard
It may be hard to talk about the victimisation. Some people blame themselves or think that it is part of their job and that it is therefore something they must endure. This is not the case. Being threatened and hated is not a part of anyone’s job and you should not have to endure it. Nor do you have any blame for what you have been subjected to. Talking about what you have been subjected to may be the first step towards this insight. By talking about it, you also have a possibility to get help and support from others.
Sometimes, it might feel as if you want to change jobs or leave an assignment because you receive threats and hatred. You might choose not to express your opinion out of fear for being subjected to threats and hatred. Remember that you are not alone and that there is help and support available. You have the right to make your voice heard.