When Johnissia Stevenson was first hired by IBM, she was very excited. With limited experience in a corporate work environment, she saw this as the opportunity to make her place in the world and earn a position of respect within the organization. What she hadn’t planned on, however, was the disastrous role that office politics often plays in determining who succeeds and who fails within corporate settings. Within a few years, her work life had spiraled into a nightmare, where she was constantly being subjected to harassment by co-workers and given the cold shoulder by uncaring management who saw her as a liability and the very opposite of a team player. Now in a two volume expose about the company known as “Big Blue”, Stevenson tells her side of the story, explaining what it was like to endure ten years of intimidation and pressure within the corporate grinder, as well as the continuing persecution since she has left the company.
In volume one of Its Been Miserable: Overcoming Workplace Pains and Obstacles, Stevenson writes about the obstacles faced by single, Christian women suffering in uncaring work environments, where they’re often subjected to the worst kinds of humiliation and indignity. This first book is written with the young professional in mind, who may be considering a career in corporate America but doesn’t know what to expect. Stevenson’s illuminating account serves as a warning to all who read it of the treatment that many professionals experience in these secular work places that are often dens of depravity and corruption.
As if the first volume is not shocking enough, in the second book Stevenson reveals how as she began her climb in corporate leadership, the attacks became personal. She details the ongoing harassment she has been subjected to in the last years with IBM and since leaving the company. For the last few years, she has been haunted by the vicious personal attacks against her and has had to pursue alternative work options and not allowed to follow her technical and community focused career ambitions. Because of her courage to speak the truth about what happened at IBM, she has been maliciously targeted by those who seek to destroy her not only financially but also emotionally and spiritually as well.
As a result of the announcement of the publication of these two volumes, the author has continued to be subjected to character assassination from former colleagues and management at IBM, all of whom have a pattern of attacking whistle blowers who refuse to remain silent about misconduct and wrongdoing that goes on as part of a daily routine within certain divisions of the company. Yet these two books have successfully been published and are now available for everyone to read. Both volumes serve as a testament to the ability of faith to provide strength and resolve to all who seek it from God, and how such faith trumps over the perversions and wickedness of the world.
Those readers with the earnest desire to learn more about what it is like to work within these secretive corporate organizations and pay the penalty for telling the truth in the face of adversity, will find all the information they need from this two volume set. When It’s Been Miserable: Overcoming Workplace Pains and Obstacles, volumes one and two, Overcoming Being Stalked, Investigated, and Scandalized, demystifies many of the secretive practices that workers often endure in silence and shame as part of their normal work day and the personal attacks that take place beyond the workplace. To discover the hidden, dark world of IBM and companies like it, readers are urged to purchase both volumes of Johnissia Stevenson’s book today. Visit www.blacklibertyproductions.com or call 1877-252-5423 or email us at email@example.com