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Implicit Bias Training for Police

Saturday, August 18th, 2018



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Weekly Digest for Minding the Workplace, August 13, 2019

Monday, August 13th, 2018

By Professor David Yamada

In countless discussions about workplace bullying, mobbing, and abuse, we often speculate on whether the chief aggressors may have narcissistic, psychopathic, or sociopathic tendencies.

Check out interview of Dr. Ramani Durvasula: “Narcissist, Psychopath, or Sociopath: How to Spot the Differences”

Thursday, August 2nd, 2018

WBI 2017 U.S. Workplace Bullying Survey

• 19% of Americans are bullied, another 19% witness it
• 61% of Americans are aware of abusive conduct in the workplace
• 60.4 million Americans are affected by it
• 70% of perpetrators are men; 60% of targets are women
• Hispanics are the most frequently bullied race
• 61% of bullies are bosses, the majority (63%) operate alone
• 40% of bullied targets are believed to suffer adverse health effects
• 29% of targets remain silent about their experiences
• 71% of employer reactions are harmful to targets
• 60% of coworker reactions are harmful to targets
• To stop it, 65% of targets lose their original jobs
• 77% of Americans support enacting a new law
• 46% report worsening of work relationships, post-Trump election

Saturday, July 14th, 2018

Journalism Professor Gregg Morris Interviewed by ACT.TV Reporter

Thursday, June 7th, 2018

 

The Hunter College Ombuds Officer Professor Bill Williams Stated in his 2017 Annual Report That Workplace Bullying and Academic Mobbing Are Increasing Significantly at Hunter

 

Breaking News – Hunter College Ombudsman Reports Increase in Academic Mobbing at the Hunter Campus – Part 1

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