Posts Tagged ‘politics’

WBI Podcast 31: Politics & Workplace Bullying

Friday, January 25th, 2013

Politics & Workplace Bullying: Inseparable Phenomena

The role of laws governing workplace rights inserts partisan politics into the debate about workers’ rights, and by extension, the future of workplace bullying.

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Politics & Workplace Bullying: 2010 WBI Survey

Sunday, September 5th, 2010

New research findings from the 2010 Workplace Bullying Institute national scientific survey regarding political party affiliation and political ideology.

Because bullying ignores gender and rank boundaries, it makes sense that hyperaggressive perpetrators of abusive misconduct do not identify with a particular political party. Nor are targets selected principally based on a political ideology.

However, in the 2007 WBI survey and now again in the 2010 WBI national survey, the reported prevalence rates for bullying differ based on party affiliation and ideology. Here are the results and comparisons with the national average.



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