Uber, Sexual Harassment, and the Stanford Prison Experiment

In February Uber Engineer Susan Fowler wrote a blog post reflecting on her year at Uber – a year rife with sexual harassment and discrimination. Unfortunately, her year was also rife with ignored complaints made to HR because offenders were high […]

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Civility Training Program Now Required to Healthcare Companies

The Joint Commission has now recommended that all accredited healthcare companies undergo civility training programs so as to handle and prevent incivility in the said workplace. The requirement aims to prevent incivility, define the problem and identify consequences through policies, […]

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Subtle Signs of Workplace Bullying to Take Note of While Building a Civil Workplace

It was reported that one out of four employees is affected by workplace bullying which threatens civility at work. Furthermore, there is also a misconception that bullying is always overt, as there are times and situations where bullying behavior can […]

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Build a Civil Workplace by Recognizing the Signs of Bullying in the Workplace

As disappointing as it can be, bullying does not end after graduating from school, as a more serious form of bullying could be experienced in a workplace setting which threatens civility at work. However, it is also to be noted […]

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Anti-bullying Corporate Policy: The Key to End Corporate Bullying Behavior

The purpose of an anti-bullying corporate policy is to communicate to all personnel, including the management and the executive that the organization does not tolerate any form of bullying behavior which threatens civility at work. Such policies shall address bullying […]

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Search for Workplace Bullying Solutions Before It’s Too Late

Most of the time, an employee might not realize that he is being bullied at work until it is too late. Workplace bullying could be so subtle that a person may just notice it in its extreme, terminal stage where […]

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Creating an Anti-Bullying Corporate Policy? Here are some important considerations to take note of

In formulating a comprehensive anti-bullying corporate policy, one must take note some considerations and look for key elements. First consideration is to define bullying. One may consider looking up on all possible definitions of bullying from different researches or journals […]

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Defining Bullying as Essential Tool for Maintaining Civility at Work

Bullying was defined as the “repeated, health-harming mistreatment of one or more persons by one or more perpetrators”, and the definition was used in the 2014 WBI US Workplace Bullying Survey. By defining bullying, we can shed some light to […]

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Anti-Bullying Corporate Policy: Essential to Building a Civil Workplace

While schools may have focused on bullying prevention measures, recent situations and research shows that workplace bullying prevention trainings might be essential in the corporate world as well. Workplace bullying is defined by Workplace Bullying Institute as the repeated, abusive […]

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