Bullying affects people’s well-being, motivation and productivity. Yet victims of bullying can find it difficult to identify what they’re experiencing – and even harder to take action. This helpful article offers a clear definition, outlining the signs of bullying in the workplace, as well as its negative results for both victims and organizations. If you’re up against a bully or witness bullying, you will appreciate the article’s compassionate tone and the list of recommended actions.
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Crystal Raypole is a freelance writer for Healthline, which provides health information.
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