How to Stop Bullying and Prevent it
Workplace bullying can significantly negatively impact employee morale, productivity, and mental health. Here are some steps you can take to stop bullying:
Recognize the signs: Be aware of the signs, which can include persistent criticism, exclusion, humiliation, offensive jokes, aggressive behavior, or spreading rumors.
Document incidents: Keep a record of bullying incidents, including dates, times, locations, individuals involved, and any witnesses. This information will be helpful when addressing the issue with management or HR.
Confront the bully: If you feel comfortable and safe, calmly confront the person responsible for the bullying. Explain how their behavior is affecting you and ask them to stop. Sometimes, the person may not realize their behavior is harmful.
Tim Dimoff’s presentation provides a pragmatic approach to workplace bullying prevention and dealing with human aggression. Tim will explain how office bullying profoundly negatively affects company culture, individual employees, and the bottom line.
- Learn about the causes
- Identify your duty to protect employees and visitors
- Identify the definition and types
- Learn a proactive approach to preventing workplace bullying
Workplace bullying and violence seldom happen in a vacuum but rather are led up to with warning signs and events. Workplace bullying is usually not physical, but it is ongoing. We discuss steps you can take if you are a victim of workplace bullying and ways to prevent it from the beginning.
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