Bullying in Australian (and Other) Workplaces

John Murphy and Others
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Publisher Description

This groundbreaking book explains workplace bullying in plain English for the general reader in a revealing, forthright and often confronting style. It includes the latest viewpoints and strategies on addressing one of Australia's most serious workplace health and safety problems.

Attempts to address bullying in Australian workplaces are failing. News media tell us almost weekly about severe bullying in industries such as emergency services, health, business, public service and not-for-profits. But bullying affects workers employed in all sectors, big and small. Independent staff surveys reveal bullying rates upwards of 25 per cent in some industries.

Worldwide, most employees don't report their bullying for a range of valid reasons. Among them is fear of retribution and lack of faith that anything will be done about it, so the extent of the problem is understated. Millions of Australians suffer miserable and sometimes wretched work lives, struggling daily to come to work. Their pain spills into every other part of their being.

While this book focuses on Australian workplaces, the problem of bullying is global. The lessons here and strategies for dealing with it will resonate with readers worldwide.

This book is an independent not-for-profit project funded by the Triple A Foundation.

GENRE
Business & Personal Finance
RELEASED
2021
22 November
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
354
Pages
PUBLISHER
Across The Ditch Publishing
SELLER
Draft2Digital, LLC
SIZE
776.8
KB

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