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Workplace bullying is more common and costly than most people realise. It can make life unbearable for employees in any industry and ultimately undermine an organisation's potential for profit. In this practical guide, Carlo Caponecchia and Anne Wyatt explain how to identify workplace bullying and apply best practice to preventing and managing it. Caponecchia and Wyatt outl Workplace bullying is more common and costly than most people realise. It can make life unbearable for employees in any industry and ultimately undermine an organisation's potential for profit. In this practical guide, Carlo Caponecchia and Anne Wyatt explain how to identify workplace bullying and apply best practice to preventing and managing it. Caponecchia and Wyatt outline what constitutes bullying at work, demystify some of the controversial issues, and discuss the various factors which influence workplace bullying. The responsibilities of management, and legal implications are outlined and supported with best practice guides for policies, complaints procedures and risk management systems. Options and resources for targets experiencing bullying are also explored. These ideas and concepts are illustrated throughout with real case studies. This evidence-based book on workplace bullying is a valuable resource for organizations of all sizes and for anyone affected by bullying at work including employees, human resource managers, workplace consultants, counsellors, mediators and legal advisors.


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Workplace bullying is more common and costly than most people realise. It can make life unbearable for employees in any industry and ultimately undermine an organisation's potential for profit. In this practical guide, Carlo Caponecchia and Anne Wyatt explain how to identify workplace bullying and apply best practice to preventing and managing it. Caponecchia and Wyatt outl Workplace bullying is more common and costly than most people realise. It can make life unbearable for employees in any industry and ultimately undermine an organisation's potential for profit. In this practical guide, Carlo Caponecchia and Anne Wyatt explain how to identify workplace bullying and apply best practice to preventing and managing it. Caponecchia and Wyatt outline what constitutes bullying at work, demystify some of the controversial issues, and discuss the various factors which influence workplace bullying. The responsibilities of management, and legal implications are outlined and supported with best practice guides for policies, complaints procedures and risk management systems. Options and resources for targets experiencing bullying are also explored. These ideas and concepts are illustrated throughout with real case studies. This evidence-based book on workplace bullying is a valuable resource for organizations of all sizes and for anyone affected by bullying at work including employees, human resource managers, workplace consultants, counsellors, mediators and legal advisors.

16 review for Preventing Workplace Bullying: An Evidence-Based Guide for Managers and Employees

  1. 5 out of 5

    Patti

    The best and most practical book that I have read on this subject. This book concentrates not on bullies but on people with bullying behavior. It's true, as the author points out, the work situation and management styles of the company can cause people to act in what might be perceived as bullying ways. Other books concentrate on diagnosing bullies as sociopaths or psychopaths, and while that is fun, it's not very helpful. This book is a guide for what an employee can do if they find them selves The best and most practical book that I have read on this subject. This book concentrates not on bullies but on people with bullying behavior. It's true, as the author points out, the work situation and management styles of the company can cause people to act in what might be perceived as bullying ways. Other books concentrate on diagnosing bullies as sociopaths or psychopaths, and while that is fun, it's not very helpful. This book is a guide for what an employee can do if they find them selves in a bad situation.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Krysia

    Discusses the various factors involved in workplace bullying. Workplace culture is complicent in allowing these bullying behaviors to persist. Too bad the bullies never read these books.

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    Irit

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