Corpus ID: 79460361

Canary in the Mine: Ombuds as First Alerts for Workplace Bullying on Campus

@inproceedings{Hollis2016CanaryIT,
  title={Canary in the Mine: Ombuds as First Alerts for Workplace Bullying on Campus},
  author={L. Hollis},
  year={2016}
}
Nationally, only Tennessee and California have enacted statutes to begin addressing workplace bullying (Yamada 2015). Hence, workplace bullying remains a critical workplace issue. Responses from 401 study participants employed at 175 four-year colleges and universities in the United States indicated that 62% have experienced the adverse impact of workplace bullying (Hollis 2015). Despite the debilitating impact in higher education related to employee disengagement, health issues, and the cost… Expand
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