Dealing with a WORKPLACE BULLY

Marinos, Sarah
June 2014
Good Health (Australia Edition);Jun2014, p62
The article offers information on how to deal with bullying in the workplace. Psychologist Meredith Fuller suggests to know policies and procedures and understand what the workplace standards of behaviour and conduct are. It recommends to keep offensive messages, emails and texts and see a general practitioner (GP), document the symptoms if the person becomes ill.


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