Top 3 Myths of Workplace Bullying

Catherine Mattice

The definition of workplace bullying is difficult to pin down. Catherine Mattice sheds light on myths that block a true understanding.

Targets of Workplace Bullying: Tracey’s Law

(10:45) Tracey was just two years shy of retirement when her new boss was hired. According to Tracey the new management style included isolation and psychological intimidation.

Suing A Bully Boss

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[This is Part I of an excerpt from Janice Harper's new book, Mobbed! A Survival Guide to Adult Bullying and Mobbing. Harper advises against suing -- but if you find yourself in that situation she offers advice that may well help you understand what's happening to you. Part II will continue with how to prepare. These are just excerpts, her book goes into much greater detail on internal & external investigations, coping tactics, new ways to understand what's happening to you and much much more. Let us know if it helped you... ]

Bullied at Work? You’re Not To Blame

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

Got A Bad Boss? Protect Your Health!

Please check out this infographic courtesy of Compliance and Safety:

Working for a Bully? “Hold On Tight To Your Dreams”

Dr. Susan has a great article with tips on how to hang onto the most important survival tool you have: hope. She includes this song in her list of favorite resources for keeping strong while facing an office bully. PLAY IT LOUD. PLAY IT OVER AND OVER.  

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