[Infographic] Workplace Bullying – What Can You Do About It

These days almost 75% of workers ♦ have reported an experience with workplace bullying – either as a witness or a victim, according to recent research by Dr. Judy Blando and an article written by Christine Comaford for Forbes.com.  According to a 2014 survey by the Workplace Bullying Institute, more than 55% of bullied workers are … Continue reading [Infographic] Workplace Bullying – What Can You Do About It

Workplace Bullying: 7 Bottom-Line Costs to Your Organization

♦  WITNESSING THE BULLYING BEHAVIOR  ♦ You witnessed the repeated, demeaning or difficult behavior.  Maybe you were the recipient of caustic tone, the public dismissals or the constant rework assigned to you, while others witnessed your public humiliation in your workplace. They could not speak up for fear that the workplace bully would turn the attention … Continue reading Workplace Bullying: 7 Bottom-Line Costs to Your Organization

Workplace Harassment, Career Change, and Measurement

The Men Who Take Women's Jobs   Article Roundup Monthly ♦ Workplace Behavior Compliance At Google, an Employee-Run Email List Tracks Harassment and Bias Complaints. BloombergTechnology   |  Ellen Huet and Mark Bergen The email list is called “Yes, at Google” was started in October, and approximately twenty percent of Google’s workforces has subscribed to the … Continue reading Workplace Harassment, Career Change, and Measurement