Bullying in the Workplace

According to an article written by Gary Namie, Ph.D., of the Workplace Bullying Institute, the abusive behavior ended under the following circumstances:

Actions by Targeted Employee

  • 35 % –  forced to quit to escape
  •   8 % –  terminated by the employer
  • 11 % –  transferred jobs within the same organization

Actions by The Bully

  • 19 % –  no longer employed in the position
  • 17 %  – remains employed, but impacted

Actions by The Employer

  • 10 % –  took positive action 

Want more? Read the article entitled “2017 Workplace Bullying Institute US Workplace Bullying Survey; Stopping the Bully”

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