Human Resource professionals may play a significant role in preventing suicide by addressing workplace bullying. Dr. Barrow comments on the effects of workplace bullying and what human resource professionals can do to address the problem and provide support for bullied employees. Workplace bullying can be connect ed to suicidal...Read More
Recent study reveals that Canadian university students perceive certain bullying behaviors to be morally acceptable. Workplace Bullying: Canadian University Students’ PerceptionsRead More
With the growing availability and use of newer technologies, workplace cyber-bullying is on the rise and it comes in many forms, whether it’s an employee who is constantly monitored or interrupted by his boss with early morning and late night emails or texts demanding immediate responses, or a worker who finds derogatory, anonymous comments on her Facebook page that question her abilities at work. Co-workers may resort to cyber-bullying...Read More
Are Rational Self-Interested Leadership Behaviors Contributing to the Workplace Bullying Phenomenon in Canada and the United States?
Workplace bullying is a phenomenon in American and Canadian organizations that has been ignored for many years and as a result targeted employees are suffering. Workplace bullying is at epidemic proportions with little done to address the issue. The workplace for bullied employees has become an uncivilized and hostile environment. Leaders who embrace a rational self-interested approach to leading are contributing to the workplace bullying...Read More
Other-oriented leaders focus their attention on organizational objectives coupled with a human resource emphasis, whereas rational self-interested leaders concern themselves with organizational objectives coupled with self-emphasis. Other-oriented leadershipRead More
Workplace Bullying is the ignored epidemic of the 21st century. See article below. Ignored EpidemicRead More