Did Victim of Workplace Bullying Fake Mental Injuries?

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This disturbing article by Noel Towell in the Sydney Morning Herald presents the story of a man who claimed an abusive boss left him in need of electroshock therapy countered by the healthy picture of this same man on surveillance DVDs gathered by his employer:

Mediation & HR and the Workplace Bully

Val Cade

Val Cade, a workplace consultant and author of Bully Free at Work (Clips from the interactive version of WhatKilledKevin.com)

Become a tougher target

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Brad Holland, Ombudsman at the University of Virginia, advocates for bully free work environments. (from What Killed Kevin interactive documentary)

Dealing With Bullies

Brad Holland, Ombudsman at the University of Virginia, advocates for bully free work environments. (from What Killed Kevin interactive documentary)

Bullied or Mobbed at Work? Read The New Survival Guide

Janice Harper Book

 Mobbing isn’t the same thing as bullying. It’s bullying run amuck, sweeping good people into an atmosphere of fear, rumors and lies, where group psychology takes hold.  Bullying is an interpersonal conflict between two people, or one aggressive individual against a few.  But mobbing is the aggression of a group of people against an individual.  It’s not a fair fight.  It’s not even a fight.  It’s an execution. – Dr. Janice Harper, author MOBBED! A SURVIVAL GUIDE TO ADULT BULLYING & MOBBING

Bullied at Work? You’re Not To Blame

http://micah.sparacio.org/

Why are some adults more likely to blame themselves rather than the bully boss bearing down on them?

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