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Bullying is no longer just the act of mean-spirited kids on playgrounds or in school halls. It has grown to become a type of emotional and verbal warfare that is fought at any age, in any social circle and in virtually any setting – workplaces included.
According to a CareerBuilder study that involved more than 5,600 full-time workers nationwide, 27% of workers have been bullied at work. Other results of the study:
“Bullying is a serious offense that can disrupt the work environment, impact morale and lower productivity,” said Rosemary Haefner, Vice President of Human Resources.
Putting some political muscle behind the growing issue of bullying, President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama hosted the first-ever White House Conference on Bullying Prevention in March 2011. It brought together educators, experts, politicians and other concerned individuals to explore how bullying affects American communities and what can be done to minimize it.
There are many things you can do as an employer to address workplace bullies and prevent future incidents of on-the-job bullying, including:
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