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Guest: Workplace bullying litigation – a nasty war of attrition

Tuesday, July 31st, 2012

Workplace Bullying Litigation – A Nasty War of Attrition
By Luke Williams, July 27, 2012, Australian Broadcast Corp (ABC, The Drum)

What’s worse than being bullied in your workplace? Making a complaint about it.

Countless victims say that when they make bullying complaints internally, their employer has a tendency to take sides; either ignoring, suppressing or over-reacting to their complaints.

Employer responses to allegations of workplace bullying often become an extension of the bullying culture – exacerbating the cruel, calculating and costly behaviour which created the very problem to begin with.

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