The TUC today (Friday) marked Ban Bullying at Work Day by warning that the economic downturn could increase instances of bullying at work.
With recent research showing that few UK workplaces escape the scourge of the office or factory bully, the TUC has today (Wednesday) called on employers to do more to protect their staff from victimisation and harassment.
The TUC has produced guidance for safety representatives on dealing with Bullying at Work. It includes a sample survey form
European research published today (Wednesday) exposes the myth that British workers are quick to use illnesses caused by their work as an excuse to 'throw a sickie'. In fact, says the TUC, the study shows that British workers are the least likely in ...
Bullying is steadily increasing in UK workplaces, according to new figures released today (Tuesday) by the TUC to coincide with National Ban Bullying at Work Day.
Around two million people have been bullied at work in the past six months, many of them by their managers, according to figures published today (Monday) to coincide with the TUC-supported Ban Bullying at Work Day.
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