OverviewThe nature and impact of workplace bullying is addressed in this comprehensive overview. From the perspective of the human resources (HR) department, this practical guide provides the tools to both investigate interpersonal conflict and eliminate the problem. Policy models that not only tackle harassment issues but also implement strategies that comply with legislation are also presented. HR practitioners will learn to handle harassment at all levels of employment and, as a result, create productive work environments.
Reviews"Highly accessible, comprehensive, scholarly—and fascinating—Stop Bullying at Work is a must read not only for HR and legal professionals but for everyone who wants fairer and more effective workplaces." —Riane Eisler, author, The Real Wealth of Nations
"With clear practical steps to follow, organizations can improve their own bottom line and efficiency, hold abusers accountable, and toss a life and career preserver to bullied employees." —Gary Namie, PhD, director, Workplace Bullying Institute
"If your organization wants to adopt an anti-bullying policy or needs to deal with a current situation, this book can offer both insights and suggestions. If you are an individual trying to deal with a bully, it can help you understand the dynamics and assist in sorting out how you might want to respond." —www.HRBartender.com
Author BiographyTeresa A. Daniel is the president and owner of Inside Out HR Solutions. She is a professor of human resource management, business law, and organizational behavior at numerous universities, including Marshall University and Ellis College. She lives in Ashland, Kentucky.