Fighting back: dealing with workplace bullies

Stefanie Garber

Taking a long-term preventative approach to bullying is cheaper and more effective than reacting to individual cases

Bullying can occur in any workplace, from shearing sheds to high rise towers. Employers generally combat bullying by reacting to individual cases that arise. Yet a proactive approach could save organisations time and money in the long-term. Reactive approach The reactive approach is the most common way organisations address bullying. Michael complains to his manager that Sandra is bullying him. The manager launches an investigation...

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Published 25 July, 2013 | Updated 06 August, 2013