Is There Bullying in Your Workplace?

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In our last blog post, we discussed bullying and the manager's responsibility of ensuring that bullying is eliminated from the workplace. Here are a few more ideas surrounding this topic. If you have any questions or comments, please contact us.  "As soon as you think you may be a victim of bully tactics, seek help. Acting promptly can help to circum-vent more serious situations such as a disciplinary or incompetence claim made against you. The longer you leave it to act, the harder the situation will be to resolve. There is a wealth of support for victims of bullying - you don’t have to suffer alone." Elizabeth Holmes, Handbook for Newly Qualified Teachers, The Stationery Office, London, 1999, p. 104. NOTE: You can adapt the anti-bullying guidelines in this topic to deal with other forms of workplace harassment. There is no place for bullying in your workplace - and you can [...]