February 21st, 2013
WBI Workplace Bullying Research — List of 33 studies by topic
Workplace Bullying Research
WBI’s research complements the books, websites designed to help afflicted targets and their families, individualized support we give targets and Workplace Bullying University® for which research — ours and hundreds of others — is the foundation.
Below is the WBI set of 33 studies, arranged by topic, exploring most aspects of the workplace bullying phenomenon primarily from the perspectives of targeted individuals, conducted since the year 2000.
Use links to access all study synopses & downloadable reports.
Why bullying happens
Race of bullied targets
Politics & bullying
Targets’ prior abuse
Where bullying occurs
Reasons for coworkers’ actions
Support for perpetrators
Consequences for perpetrators
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