BC Advantage - 2018 Issue 11

Bullying In the Workplace

A manager or employee who is mean to everyone—sometimes known as the “equal opportunity harasser”—might not be engaging in unlawful conduct, but that doesn’t mean it must be tolerated in the workplace.  They are bullies and as such must be dealt with.Bullying is generally defined as unwelcome behavior that occurs over a period of time and is meant to harm someone who feels powerless to respond.  Verbal bullying includes teasing and threatening to cause harm.  Social bullying in the workplace might happen by leaving someone out of a meeting or...

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