B is for Bullying

Unfortunately there may be occasions when a manager or business owner discovers that a member of their staff is being bullied.   This could be through the spread of malicious rumours, the “silent” treatment, or making unjust criticism about their work – to cite just a few examples.

The impact of bullying can be devastating both to the individual and to the business, and it is important that managers take the appropriate steps to eliminate any inappropriate behaviour in the workplace.

If you’re interested to know how we can help you with any bullying or harassment issues in the workplace please visit our website

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One comment on “B is for Bullying

  1. BenHR says:

    Yes. I imagine this can be very difficult to spot, especially if passive-aggressive.

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