Are You a Bully at Work?

August 2007
Business NH Magazine;Aug2007, Vol. 24 Issue 8, p10
The article reports on the survey related to workplace behavior conducted by the Employment Law Alliance in California. Of the 1,000 employees surveyed, 44 percent said that bullying occurs at work including mockery and personal insults to job criticism. Moreover, older and more highly educated are the ones most likely to be abused. It was suggested that regular discussions with managers and employees should be employed to ensure clear policies and procedures concerning workplace behavior.


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