How to… Handle Bullying and Harassment at WorkPosted in : How To... with Dr. Gerry McMahon on 22 August 2017
The establishment of a Tribunal of Inquiry arising from the Sergeant Maurice McCabe fiasco in An Garda Siochana, together with the Supreme Court’s recent judgement in respect of allegations at a national school in Kildare, have brought the thorny topic of bullying and harassment at work into the limelight again.
The extent of bullying at work may be reflected in a Samaritans’ survey across Ireland and Britain, which found that 4 out of 5 workers perceived themselves to have been bullied during their careers. Indeed the list of organisations to have found themselves in disrepute from such
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