I read with interest your news article about managers being bullied (Personnel Today, 20 September) and especially the statistics from the Royal Navy. More...04 October 2005 00:00
Useful as Guy Guinan's article is on the legal aspects of bullying, it is misleading to state that upward discrimination is referred to as 'mobbing' (Legal, Personnel Today , 13 September).
Mobbing is a term that has been widely used for many y More...27 September 2005 10:19
Cutting the level of bullying and harassment in the NHS by just 1% would save the health service £9m a year More...27 September 2005 01:00
Tackling bullying in any organisation, large or small, is incredibly difficult. What one person classes as bullying or intimidating behaviour may be perfectly acceptable to another More...27 September 2005 00:00
Managers at all levels of the business hierarchy are the victims of bullying, with middle management facing the worst of it, according to research.
A report from the Chartered Management Institute (CMI), Bullying at work: the experience of managers , More...20 September 2005 00:00
Some of the UK's best-known employers have joined forces to fight domestic violence.
Led by high-street retailer The Body Shop, founding members of the Corporate Alliance against Domestic Violence include KPMG, the BBC, AOL/Time Warner and the NHS. To More...20 September 2005 00:00
Landmark ruling indicates that employers may have to investigate discrimination and harassment claims even when staff have requested that no further action be taken More...03 September 2005 00:00
Organisations should issue clear statements of commitment from senior management and provide examples of unacceptable behaviour to help beat a culture of workplace bullying, according to a new free guide.
Bullying in the Workplace - Guidance for More...03 September 2005 00:00
Bullying allegations surface as sacked workers in BA row speak out. More...19 August 2005 10:00
Guide to dealing with bullying outlines key steps to tackling the problem. More...16 August 2005 10:54
Military police are investigating new claims of bullying of young army recruits at Catterick
More...03 August 2005 10:50
A union's test proves to MPs how hard it is to spot an under age drinker More...01 August 2005 09:00
Last week, Personnel Today revealed that the job satisfaction of working women in the UK has been falling for 15 years. With new research showing women take their work stress home, what can HR to do help? Margaret Kubicek reports The reasons for low More...12 July 2005 00:00
Many employees still feel they are unable to report cases of workplace harassment, despite growing awareness of the issue, new research shows More...16 June 2005 12:30
A new route that has opened for employees making claims of harassment against their employers,
means it could be time to review your bullying policy. More...04 June 2005 00:00
In the first of two presentations on workplace bullying, Walter Brennan, a training consultant on workplace conflict, said too many NHS Trusts do not have formal support mechanisms for victims of bullying in place.
During his entertaining and i More...03 June 2005 00:00
Half of all nurses working in acute NHS trusts suffer from bullying, harassment and abuse, a study by an NHS research body has suggested. The research by NHS Partners has calculated that stress-related workplace absence costs NHS trusts an average of 450 More...01 June 2005 00:00
Stanley started working as a lifeguard in 1996, and complained in 1999 about being bullied by her colleague, Appleby. No action was taken other than an informal discussion of the complaint with Appleby More...03 May 2005 00:00
Royal Mail has saved 7m in the past three years by cracking down on bullying and harassment in the workplace.
David Vaughan, a head of diversity and inclusion at Royal Mail, told Personnel Today that an overhaul of the company's policy had led to a More...26 April 2005 01:00
UK retail workers are being bullied, reduced to tears, and even physically abused by cruel consumers, according to research from recruitment website Retailchoice.com. More...21 April 2005 08:32