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Solving Workplace Bullying

40% of Canadians are bullied at work according to an expert. Resolving workplace bullying is a comprehensive approach to this serious issue that injures employees and their families, damages teams and organization through loss of reputations, production, absenteeism, complaints, grievances, arbitrations and investigations.

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The employment of relatives can cause various problems including but not limited to charges of favoritism, conflicts of interest, family discord and scheduling conflicts that may work to the disadvantage of both the agency and its employees

The Million Dollar Question: Why Me?

The Million Dollar Question: Why Me?

Article written by Linda Crockett founder of the Workplace Bullying Resource Centre (instituteofworkplacebullyingresources.ca) and co-author, Janice Gilligan White, founder of...

Workplace Policy on Nepotism

The employment of relatives can cause various problems including but not limited to charges of favoritism, conflicts of interest, family discord and scheduling conflicts that may work to the disadvantage of both the agency and its employees

Am I Being Bullied?

These questions are designed to help determine if you are being bullied. It is very important to review the definition workplace bullying or psychological harassment, and your own organization's policies and procedures. before filing a complaint.

Anti CyberBullying Tips

Anti CyberBullying Tips

As per a 2008 University of Toronto cyberbullying survey, nearly one in five Canadian students surveyed reported having been bullied online in the past three months ...