A third of young women suffer workplace bullying

Churchard, Claire
October 2009
People Management;10/22/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 22, p9
The article presents the findings of an online survey conducted by the union Unison on bullying in the workplace. It was found that one in three young women in Great Britain confirmed they have been victims of bullying at work. A campaign aimed at forcing lawmakers to introduce anti-bullying laws had been launched by the union. Older women in more senior professional positions were cited as the perpetrators of bullying.


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