- Yes (91%)
- No (0%)
- Maybe (9%)
Readers Say Workplace Bullying Impacts Other Relationships.
March 16, 2012
Commentary and Checklist
- Falsely accusing someone of "errors" not actually made
- Staring, glaring and other nonverbal intimidating hostile communication
- Discounting a person's thoughts and feelings in meetings
- Using the "silent treatment"
- Disregarding satisfactory or exemplary quality of work
- Harsh and constant criticism with a different standard for the targeted person
- Starting or failing to stop destructive rumors about the targeted person
- Encouraging others to turn against the targeted person
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