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Workplace bullying on the rise, say managers

by Denis Campbell - 05/11/2006
 
"Bullying at work is on the increase, with staff using an array of mainly psychological tactics to pressurise, intimidate and cow colleagues into submission, a new survey reveals."
 
Bullying at work is on the increase, with staff using an array of mainly psychological tactics to pressurise, intimidate and cow colleagues into submission, a new survey reveals.
Insults, threats to job security and constant criticism are on the increase, according to the Chartered Institute of Management, the professional body for Britain's 4.5m managers.

A poll of 512 managers revealed 11 different forms of bullying which respondents had witnessed, ranging from misuse of power or position (70 per cent), to overbearing supervision (63 per cent) and blocking opportunities for promotion or training (47 per cent).

Mary Chapman, the institute's chief executive, said technological change and globalisation had increased the pressure on firms, and that some individuals were resorting to bullying.

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