If coworkers don't look you in the eye, they may look down on you. Superiors get more attention and eye contact than inferiors.
There are friendly stares and infatuated gazes, and then there is the impolite and hostile type of extended concentrated stare.
Workplaces appear fun and cheery when you're not in them—until you show up! "You have personally rained on their parade" is an obvious display of hatred for you.
Your lack of popularity is evident when you walk into the office, say "good morning!" and no one responds.
Email allows workers to avoid personal touch. If your officemates prefer digital messaging to talking to you, you may not be a favorite.
Are your small talk attempts met with grunts or one-word answers, or worse, ignored? It's disrespectful and not a good sign.
Workplace gossip and taunting are common. If you feel like you're always being picked on, you've offended someone.
There is a fine line between questioning a choice and questioning the trustworthiness of the person making it.
When employees hint that the perfect job exists elsewhere—or give you outside job postings—" it's terrific clue they're attempting to get rid of you."
Your pariah status could be why your ideas, worries, and requests are neglected while others' are treated with haste.