Belittling and insults can be forms of workplace bullying, but the author emphasizes that name calling doesn’t define one’s character.
Federal employees should know about their available resources to address workplace bullying and harassment.
Harassment, control, and favoritism are a toxic form of leadership with devastating consequences.
If federal employees don’t get the assistance they need from their unions, do they have other options?
Workplace bullying is something that federal employees can potentially face in their jobs. The author says the federal government must do more to protect its workforce from the harm caused by workplace bullying.
The author says that workplace bullying often leads to violence or even death. She provides some statistics on how pervasive the problem is and also some suggestions on what can be done about it.
The author outlines some examples of workplace bullying and how it affects individuals and organizations.
Every article I have read about the Phoebe Prince case condemned the brutal bullying campaign carried out by these students, and its horrifying consequences, but there were many different perspectives as to what to do next.
I think that we Americans do outrage particularly well. The problem I see is with our recurring lack of follow-up to such horrific incidents. In this case, I would have great difficulty understanding a lack of outrage on the part of anyone reading the article quoted above or the many other stories about Phoebe Prince’s tragic death.