In a headline that shocked no one – an Australian news outlet reported that a majority of women are harassed at work according to a study that apparently startled the news reporters and no one else.
When it comes to dealing with bullying in the workplace – or anywhere really – there is the ideal of what should happen. And then the reality of what actually happens.
According to Wim Vandekerckhove Principal Lecturer in Organisational Behaviour at the University of Greenwich, the key – is perceived responsiveness. Where people feel like their action made a difference. In behavioral …
Workplace bullying can happen to anyone and the effects are devastating.