Yu Ling Han's act of stealing my ideas, passing them off as her own, then devaluing my capacity for insight has all the hallmarks of a subtle form of workplace harassment known as "mobbing." I believe that I was a victim of mobbing at my last place of employment. My belief that I was a victim of mobbing was rejected by my treating psychiatrists at GW as evidence of my paranoia, which the psychiatrists tried to "cure" by a recommendation that I take antipsychotic medication.
The following blog post suggests that I tend to be a victim of mobbing by jealous peers -- and the evidence for that proposition comes circumstantially from GW's own test report.
The following is from the Urban Dictionary's entry on "mobbing."
Also known as 'workplace bullying'. Mobbing is when a
group of jealous individuals who can't measure up to your
skill level decide to bully you. It's in reference to a behavior
exhibited in animals. Usually the group in question will start
stealing your work and trying to pass it off as their own yet
never measuring up to your quality. The bosses and co-workers
tend to favor you and these workers resent that. They then
use both subtle and obvious techniques to try to force you to
leave/quit or to make your life intolerable while in the
environment. They will critisize your work which the bosses
praise yet they will find fault in it all the while attempting to
steal parts of it. They will accuse you of things you never did
to try to make you look bad to get power and control over you
and other workers, They will sit in their little group and pat each
other on the back for eachother's inferior work all the while
ignoring yours. They will tell other people to stay away from
you and that youre bad news so no one will support you or
your work. They are relentless. The best thing you can do
is completely ignore them or leave the company.
They were so envious I was always chosen they had to
start mobbing me to gain control and not feel so inferior
and powerless because they couldnt measure up.