Bullying in the Workplace

Traberg, Yngve
April 2006
Manager: British Journal of Administrative Management;Apr/May2006, Issue 52, p29
Academic Journal
The article presents views about bullying in the workplace. Andrea Adams Trust conducted a survey in Great Britain and found that only 26 percent of those who were surveyed experienced particular policies in their workplace that are configured help victims. Any form of harassment, mentally or physically, which is unwanted by the person at which it is directed is considered as bullying. People that feel under stress are the one who does bullying. Warning signs and how to tackle bullying are also discussed in the article.


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