Watch Out for These 8 Workplace Bully Personality Types
And End Their Disruptive Behavior
No one likes a bully. But they’re also productivity killers and potential legal threats to employers.
Experts say one out of three of employees will experience bullying on the job. The business effect? Decreased productivity, increased absenteeism and higher turnover that’s estimated to cost organizations more than $200 billion a year.
This free guide will help you understand what behaviors constitute bullying, identify bullies in your workplace, and stop their behavior’s corrosive effects on co-workers.
In this guide discover:
- What qualifies as bullying? (it’s broader than you think)
- The 8 most common types of workplace bullies (surprisingly, most are not screamers and yellers)
- 5 things all effective anti-bullying policies should include
- The single, best defense you can have against workplace bullying
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