How To Detect And Prevent Workplace Bullying

Feb 1, 2016

While it’s common knowledge that bullying can occur in schools, it can also be a problem in the workplace. This abusive behavior may include threats, humiliation, intimidation or even sabotage. About 27 percent of people have experienced some form of workplace bullying but a majority of employers deny, discount or even defend it.

About 27 percent of employees say they have experienced bullying in the workplace.
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Joining us to discuss how to detect, prevent and resolve workplace bullying are employment attorneys Julie Pugh of Graydon Head Legal Counsel, who focuses on client counseling, litigation and dispute resolution; and Marc D. Mezibov from The Law Office of Mezibov Butler, who has more than 35 years of experience focusing on employment, civil rights and class action litigation. 

For more information, visit the site of the Workplace Bullying Institute.