HOW TO…spot bullying at work

Rutter, Mandy
June 2010
People Management;6/17/2010, p35
The article discusses how to identify and stop bullying at work, specifically when the person involved are the managers. It presents six signs that could signify the occurrence of bullying, including the low morale and lack of motivation of team members, poor performance of workers and high staff turnover. The bad effects of bullying are also cited, including a decline in the level of pride of employees in their work.


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