Women at Work

A U.S. group working to stop workplace bullying says that the majority of workplace bullying victims are women and that half of their tormentors are female co-workers.

Drs. Gary and Ruth Namie, the social-psychologist founders of The Campaign Against Workplace Bullying and authors of The Bully at Work, gathered survey results from a sample made up of over 1,300 people who reportedly experienced bullying while on the job.

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WRITTEN BY
Sheldon MacNeil