One Quarter Of Workers Have Felt Bullied

Young and older workers most likely to be bullied

A total of 27% of U.S. workers reported they have felt bullied in the workplace with the majority neither confronting nor reporting the bully, according to a recent study by CareerBuilder. Women, workers age 55 or older, and workers age 24 or younger were more likely than others to report feeling bullied. The study was conducted this year from February 21 to March 10 and included more than 5,600 full-time workers nationwide.

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