Posts Tagged ‘survey’
Monday, May 6th, 2013
A WBI Affiliate asks for your help if you work in K-12 American schools:
Please complete this survey that is part of my Doctoral dissertation through Aurora University, Aurora, IL.
The topic is “ A Systems Approach to Workplace Bullying in the K-12 Public Education Setting”.
Participants are invited to complete the survey regarding their observations or experiences in any of the roles in workplace bullying in the school setting. The opportunity to participate in an interview (either in person or by phone) regarding the experiences is available by providing the information at the end of the survey. Non-American respondents are not eligible for an interview at this time.
Thank you for helping.
Thursday, May 3rd, 2012
2012 WBI Instant Poll – B
Using our Instant Poll capability here at the WBI website, we asked 311 respondents (98% of whom are self-declared targets of bullying):
Does (did) your employer have a specific policy prohibiting workplace bullying? [It can be part of another policy, but there must be protections for everyone, regardless of sex, age, religion, etc.]
Tags: employer policies, instant poll, survey, Workplace Bullying Institute
Posted in Employers Gone Wild: Doing Bad Things, Tutorials About Bullying, WBI Surveys & Studies | 2 Archived Comments | Post A Comment (
Monday, March 14th, 2011
In a recent WBI 2011 instant poll that asked how the next job compared financially, the news is not good.
Tuesday, November 9th, 2010
In a recently completed Nov. 2010 WBI Instant Poll with 1069 respondents (of whom 98% are typically self-declared targets of workplace bullying), we asked if any personal shame or stigma was attached to being bullied at work. The results were as follows: 35% believed that “somehow I might have deserved the criticisms”; 28% blamed themselves for “not being able to counter or confront” (the bully); 22% were embarrassed from “allowing it to happen to me”; while only 13% felt no shame, saying they “did not invite or deserve the assaults.”