When queen bees attack women stop advancing: recognising and addressing female bullying in the workplace

  title={When queen bees attack women stop advancing: recognising and addressing female bullying in the workplace},
  author={Cecila Harvey},
  journal={Development and Learning in Organizations: An International Journal},
  • C. Harvey
  • Published 14 August 2018
  • Business
  • Development and Learning in Organizations: An International Journal
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