Workplace bullying: The role of psychosocial work environment factors.

@inproceedings{Tuckey2009WorkplaceBT,
  title={Workplace bullying: The role of psychosocial work environment factors.},
  author={Michelle R Tuckey and Maureen F Dollard and Patrick J. Hosking and Anthony H Winefield},
  year={2009}
}
Utilizing reports from both observers and direct targets, the authors examined the role of psychosocial work environment factors in workplace bullying, focusing on the moderating effects of control and support resources against job demands. Our sample was 716 Australian frontline police officers who completed an anonymous mail survey. In a direct test of Job DemandControl-Support theory, the authors found that increased levels of bullying (as assessed by targets and observers) were associated… CONTINUE READING

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