How to Minimize Negativity in the Workplace

Many factors can affect employee morale, but nothing as impactful and insidious than persistent workplace negativity.  It leads to lower employee productivity and saps the energy of an organization.  What’s also worrying is that it can happen anytime.  Negativity in […]

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Are you becoming a negative employee? Here are tips to help address negativity

Employees often live in a highly stressful working environment wherein sometimes people are subjected to negativity.  It can be in the form of co-workers who feel negatively about the workplace or it may also come from you during situations where […]

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Britain Works and Pension Secretary Warns Against Religious Bullying at the Workplace

Britain’s Work and Pensions Secretary, Iain Duncan Smith, has released the Board of Deputies “Employers Guide to Judaism” earlier this September, where he also warned against religious bullying in the workplace. Smith addressed the event attendees at the Gordon Dadds […]

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Organizations Starting to Take Action to Address Workplace Bullying

Some of India’s companies have started various programs to tackle the issue of workplace bullying.  In the country, roughly 55 percent of Indian employees are said to have experienced being bullied at work.  The data is based on a survey […]

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Unfair Termination After Workplace Fight Deemed Fair, Case Dismissed by Fair Work Commission

Australia’s Fair Work Commission has dismissed a case filed by an applicant who claimed he was terminated unfairly after being involved in a fight with another employee.  The applicant further claimed he had been the victim of workplace bullying. The […]

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Tips to Deal with Workplace Bullying

In today’s highly stressful working environment, workplace bullying has somehow become a prevalent incident.  According to a 2012 Career Builder survey, around 35 percent of workers felt that they were being bullied at work.  This is 5 percentage points higher […]

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What to do when confronted by an angry co-worker or manager

Martial arts instructors teach the difference between acting and reacting. To act means to recognize the situation, understand what it means, become aware of your feelings, apply your consciousness, and choose your actions carefully. Conversely, reaction is an instinctual, indulgent, […]

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American Nurses Association (ANA) & Workplace Bullying

On July 22, 2015, the American Nurses Association (ANA) came out with a position paper with regard to individual and shared roles and responsibilities of registered nurses (RNs) and employers to create and sustain a culture of respect, which is […]

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