I have over 50 pages, probably more like 100, of documentation of the psychological harassment that I have been a victim of since I started working at my career a year ago. Below, an article, explains not only psychological harassment, but the ramifications perfectly. All 3 bullets explain what has been done to me over and over, and the last bullet is the psychological side effects it can have on people, and has had on me. Psychological Harassment has many forms: the most common being verbal abuse. Some tactics aim at trying to humiliate or weaken the morale of individuals or groups. Mobbing also referred to by some as Bullying, psychological terrorism, and organizational violence is described as a collective form of psychological violence in which many individuals unite to persecute an individual by making constant negative remarks, repeated criticism or sarcasm, intimidation, threats, insinuations, try to humiliate, circulate false information concerning the individual, and to socially isolate the individual. Mobbing is a way of destroying a person without using any physical means, a psychological war of nerves with wear the individual out tactics. A group attacks an individual's dignity, integrity, self-image, self-confidence, self-esteem, place in doubt of competence, threaten their careers, and means of subsistence. One method used to induce distress or suffering in a person is by systematically isolating them from their peers. After a few months some victims can suffer from psychiatric difficulties such as paranoia, chronic fatigue, loss of self-esteem and self-confidence, and depression. So, currently there are no laws in the US to make this illegal. We are due in 2009 to have a law passed called The Healthy Workplace Law that will make this illegal - but currently we have nothing in place. (Go Canada - you guys do, which is where I got all this info from,) You all know how many times I have tried to take this situation to my boss, my bosses boss, HR, but the company will not help. They simply just don't believe it is going on, or care, or "have enough proof" to stop it. I am looking for a new job, (obvious solution) - but do you guys have any ideas on how I can get this company to stand up and do something about this??? Are there any laws in the US that can protect me? Do I have any recourse anywhere?