Hi Firends,
I have come across vary good topic and want to share with all of you.
Workplace bullying may inflict more harm on employees than on-the-job sexual harassment, according to a recent research study. Researchers presented their findings earlier this month at the Seventh International Conference on Work, Stress and Health.

Bullying includes persistently criticizing employees’ work, yelling, repeatedly reminding employees of mistakes, spreading gossip or lies, ignoring or excluding workers, and insulting employees’ habits, attitudes or private life.

Both sexual harassment and bullying will create negative environments at work, but bullying may create the most negative of the two. Employees who experienced bullying were more likely to quit their jobs, have lower well-being, be less satisfied with their jobs and have less satisfying relations with their bosses than employees who were sexually harassed, according to the researchers.

Bullied employees also reported more job stress, less job commitment and higher levels of anger and anxiety.
“Bullying is often more subtle, and may include behaviors that do not appear obvious to others," For instance, how does an employee report to their boss that they have been excluded from lunch? Or that they are being ignored by a coworker? The insidious nature of these behaviors makes them difficult to deal with and sanction.”

First, take a preventative stance and have a strong “zero-tolerance” harassment policy. Train managers and employees on the specifics of your policy. If harassment does occur, start an investigation immediately.
Partho

From Saudi Arabia
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Bhajiya
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Dear Partho,
This is basically a employment hazards specially where aspirant of jobs are more and jobs are less this bullying practices are taken as for granted by the empoyers and most of the managers they presume that by intimidation they will extract more work from employees and can keep employees under check and discipline.
Bhajiya

From Saudi Arabia
Im my company it is normal treatment to new comer from senior to make fun of him or disrespect him.
I think most of the time if individual hadels it well , and for that hr should provide guidance problems reduces .
In my company there is ample incidences ,I inform my proriteor about this regulary and i have plan to make policy for this.
Lets see as an hr if i can make a difference.'
I have observed that if somebody is good in work then employer
ignors his misbehaviour with others.

please put your comments about this.
regards
Pratap:icon1:

From India, Pune

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