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Mind If I Push You Around?

Poll: Tell us your thoughts on bullying in the worksplace

Back Web Only Mar 31, 2015

The Workplace Bullying Institute would like to see legislation put in place to protect employees from abusive coworkers or bosses. The California State Council for the Society for Human Resource Management says legislation would leave too much room for subjective analysis. What do you think?

 

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Visitor (not verified)August 10, 2015 - 7:35pm

My wife is experiencing bullying at the workplace. It started with her asking for help. It escalated to a 6 page written verbal warning of "falsifying documents" which was retracted, during the grievance procedure. But has led to a 15 page micromanagement style retribution. It happens!

Jennifer E. Lomba (not verified)March 31, 2016 - 1:53pm

I am trying to figure out, how to retaliate, against my co-workers, that bully me; with out getting fired.

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