Let’s pause a moment and review some films with a theme of workplace bullying or incivility.  

Can we learn anything from the movies that we can emulate in our current workplaces? What can we take away to help guide us down the hallways of corporations, startups, and small businesses? 

Hollywood’s View, Bullies in the Workplace

13 Movies Highlighting the Issues + Solutions

Knowing you need to effectively deal with bully doesn’t get them to stop the behavior. It’s what happens after you decide to address the behavior. Download your guidebook to some of Hollywood’s honored films across multiple decades of workers, environments and issues. Watch the movies to reveal issues and behaviors within the teams and the workplace. Review what works (or doesn’t), create a action plan, and change your workday interactions for the better… TODAY!

Sometimes a visual can provide learning opportunities, as well as the written word.  Although there are no easy answers or quick fixes, here are thirteen selections to review (sequenced in the year debut).

1980 – 1999

  • 9 to 5 – Published:  1980
  • Working Girl – Debut:  1988
  • Office Space – Debut:  1999

2000 – 2010

  • Horrible Bosses – Debut:  2001
  • Waiting – Debut:  2005
  • The Devil Wears Prada – Debut:  2006
  • Employee of the Month – Debut:  2006
  • Up in the Air – Debut:  2008
  • The Social Network – Debut:  2010

2011 – 2019

  • Moneyball – Debut:  2011
  • The Help – Debut:  2011
  • The Internship – Debut:  2013
  • Admission – Debut:  2013
  • Horrible Bosses 1 – Debut:  2014