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City of Tuscaloosa adopts policy against workplace bullying Reprinted from FOX 6, Oct 15, 2014 3:34 PM EDT The Tuscaloosa City Council has approved…
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A new workplace bullying movement is evolving. This year Unions successfully pushed three bills onto the Governors' desks of Tennessee, New Hampshire and California. Two…
reprinted from the American Psychological Association Help Center
Q.How do you manage the prototypical “difficult boss?”
A. Successfully managing a difficult boss is a challenge but often feasible. First, you should try to understand the reasons for your boss’ difficult behavior. Assuming your boss generally behaves in a fairly reasonable manner, and that his/her difficult behavior seems to be a result of stress overload rather than his/her character, chances are good that the behavior can be modified. If your boss’ behavior seems to reflect a chronically hostile, abusive style of interacting regardless of the amount of stress in the worksite, the chances are less positive that the behavior can change. In fact, you may want to consider seeking counsel from a trusted mentor or human resources professional to evaluate your options. (more…)