Your First Line of Defense Against Workplace Bullying When Recruiting


The recent reports of a 68-year old school bus monitor being bullied by students simply for doing her job has sparked international outrage against bullying and has renewed concerns about workplace bullying. Workplace bullying threatens worker safety by increasing stress and the related increased probability of dangerous mistakes, not to mention the threat of workplace violence. But what can your recruiting methods do to decrease the threat of workplace bullying?

Could this scenario have been prevented? If you are wondering what you can do to prevent workplace bullying as a recruiter, take a look at these tips. There are plenty of questions you can ask to gauge the potential employee. Some of these questions may seem too blunt, but it gets the message across to the potential employee.

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