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Dealing with Workplace Bullying: How to Control the Perpetrators, Coach the Victims & Avoid Legal Pitfalls
When an Indiana surgeon physically intimidated an assisting technician—during a major procedure on a patient, no less—it may have represented a defining moment in the common perception of workplace bullying. Before attorney Mike Fox explained exactly why, office coach Marie McIntyre taught webinar attendees about the many gray areas of this issue, and offered managers help on sorting real bullying from borderline behavior.
Consider Marie's example of Sybil, who seemed determined to erect an invisible barrier around one particular employee in her office. Bullying, Marie said, is something that intentionally and repeatedly causes injury or discomfort: "The key words ar...(register to read more)
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