TITLE

How to... beat the bullies

AUTHOR(S)
Couzins, Martin; Beagrie, Scott
PUB. DATE
September 2004
SOURCE
Personnel Today;9/28/2004, p35
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
This article discusses some issues related to bullying at workplace. Of 800 HR professionals who responded to a recent survey by Personnel Today and anti-bullying charity the Andrea Adams Trust, 75 per cent had been bullied. Aside from the obvious damage to organizational reputations, harsh and unfair treatment can wreck your job, your home life and even your career. Kevin Friery, director of counseling at employee well-being specialist Right Corecare, describes it as offensive behavior intended to undermine or humiliate the recipient. INSET: If you only do 5 things...
ACCESSION #
14727836

 

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