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In the Work Place Examples

CONFLICT IS AN OPPORTUNITY FOR CHANGE – EMBRACE IT

BULLYING IS AN OPPORTUNITY FOR PROBLEM SOLVING – SEIZE THE MOMENT AND SPEAK OUT

  • excluding or isolating someone socially
  • intimidating a person
  • sexual harassment (inappropriate comments, being looked at innapropriately)
  • sexual assault (anything from being touched in unwanted places to being manipulated to touch in unwanted places, to forced blow jobs to forced penetration)
  • spreading malicious rumours, gossip, or innuendo that is not true
  • Sexting (sending inappropriate text messages)
  • Cyber bullying (sending inappropriate messages or posting inappropriate images of somebody on the internet)
  • undermining or deliberately impeding a person’s work
  • physically abusing or threatening abuse
  • removing areas of responsibilities without cause
  • constantly changing work guidelines
  • establishing impossible deadlines that will set up the individual to fail
  • withholding necessary information or purposefully giving the wrong information
  • making jokes that are ‘obviously offensive’ by spoken word or e-mail
  • snide remarks
  • intruding on a person’s privacy by pestering, spying
  • stalking
  • email stalking
  • blocking applications for training, leave or promotion
  • assigning unreasonable duties or workload which are unfavourable to one person (in a way that creates unnecessary pressure)
  • racism, sexism, genderism
  • homophobia
  • under-work – creating a feeling of uselessness
  • yelling or using profanity
  • criticizing a person persistently or constantly
  • belittling a person’s opinions
  • unwarranted (or undeserved) punishment
  • tampering with a person’s personal belongings or work equipment
  • Leaving inappropriate notes around to undermine

What employers can do to combat bullying in the work place.

Contact me for a consultation– bullydoctor@gmail.com

 

Dr Valerie Mason-John Aka Queenie
The Bully Doctor