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Workplace bullying and mobbing: Recovery and possibilities for post-traumatic growth

Originally posted on Minding the Workplace:
What are the recovery prospects for targets of severe workplace bullying or mobbing who are experiencing psychological trauma? Can they access effective treatments and help? Can they recover and heal from their ordeals to…

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Abuse survivors can draw inspiration from John McCain’s life story

Originally posted on Minding the Workplace:
Here in America, the death of U.S. Senator John McCain is dominating the news, and rightly so. He has been a major political figure for several decades, marked by a penchant for outspokenness and…

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On being restlessly patient in advancing positive law and policy reforms

Originally posted on Minding the Workplace:
A piece in the current issue of the Economist, the venerable British news magazine, resurrects the tax policy positions of Henry George, an author and political economist who built a worldwide following during the last half of the 19th…

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An advocate sees a pattern of abusive bosses

Originally posted on Massachusetts Healthy Workplace Bill:
Photo by mentatdgt on Pexels.com Sara worked in the fashion industry for nine years. She just quit her job and started working for herself. “I feel a lot happier,” said Sara. Here’s her…

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What are the roots of cruelty at work?-David Yamada

Here is a site to follow-lots of critical information linked to bullying in the workplace. Check out David Yamada’s latest blog at https://newworkplace.wordpress.com/2018/03/21/what-are-the-roots-of-cruelty-at-work/

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Yet another study links workplace bullying to suicides. When is enough enough?

Originally posted on Massachusetts Healthy Workplace Bill:
We reported earlier this year that a Norwegian study revealed that bullied targets are twice as likely to have suicidal thoughts than those who were never bullied. Pioneer Heinz Leymann estimated that 10 percent of those bullied take their…

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In the news

Originally posted on Minding the Workplace:
It has been a year of prominent news stories related to the workplace, especially the avalanche of accounts concerning sexual harassment. Here are many of the 2017 news stories in which I’ve been quoted…

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