Workplace Bullying, Mobbing and General Harassment: A Review

@article{Branch2013WorkplaceBM,
  title={Workplace Bullying, Mobbing and General Harassment: A Review},
  author={Sara E. Branch and S. Ramsay and M. Barker},
  journal={International Business Strategy \& Structure eJournal},
  year={2013}
}
Research into workplace bullying has continued to grow and mature since emerging from Scandinavian investigations into school bullying in the late 1970s. Research communities now exist well beyond Scandinavia, including Europe, the UK, Australia, Asia and the USA. While the terms ‘harassment’ and ‘mobbing’ are often used to describe bullying behaviour, ‘workplace bullying’ tends to be the most consistently used term throughout the research community. In the past two decades especially… Expand
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