Bullying in the Workplace
October is Bullying Prevention Awareness Month and unfortunately the workplace is not immune to this form of abuse. We often think of bullying among children, but studies show it is all too common in the workplace as well. In 2010, a report commissioned by the Workplace Bullying Institute showed 35% of the U.S. workforce, representing an estimated 53.5 million Americans, reported experiencing workplace bullying at some point in their careers.
What does current research have to say about workplace bullying? In order to support the dissemination of this important research, SAGE is offering the following selected journal articles on workplace bullying free for a limited time:
- “Destructive Leadership: A Theoretical Review, Integration, and Future Research Agenda” published in The Journal of Management by Dina V. Kraskikova, Stephen G. Green and James M. LeBreton
- “Rethinking Workplace Bullying as an Employment Relations Problem” published in Journal of Industrial Relations by Jacquie Hutchinson
- “Escaping bullying: The simultaneous impact of individual and unit-level bullying on turnover intentions” published in Human Relations by Marjan Houshmand, Jane O’Reilly, Sandra Robinson and Angela Wolff
- “Workplace Bullying: An Integrative Literature Review impact of individual and unit-level bullying on turnover intentions” published in Advances in Developing Human Resources by James E. Bartlett II and Michelle E. Bartlett
- “The Form and Function of ‘Bullying’ Behaviors in a Strong Occupational Culture: Bullying in a U.K. Police Service ” published in Group & Organization Management by Hilary Miller and Charlotte Rayner
- “Vertical and Lateral Workplace Bullying in Nursing Development of the Hospital Aggressive Behaviour Scale ” published in Journal of Interpersonal Violence by Kathrin Waschgler, José Antonio Ruiz-Hernández, Bartolomé Llor-Esteban, and José Antonio Jiménez-Barbero
- “Ambivalence: Employee responses to depersonalized bullying at work ” published in Economic and Industrial Democracy by Premilla D’Cruz and Ernesto Noronha
- “Embracing New Directions in Workplace Bullying Research: A Paradigmatic Approach ” published in Journal of Management Inquiry by Al-Karim Samnani
- “Organizational correlates in workplace bullying in small and medium-sized enterprises ” published in International Small Business Journal by Elfi Baillien, Inge Nevens and Hans De Witte
- “Workplace bullying and the employment relationship: exploring questions of prevention, control and context” published in Work, Employment & Society by David Beale and Helge Hoel
- “Answering Five Key Questions About Workplace Bullying: How Communication Scholarship Provides Thought Leadership for Transforming Abuse at Work” published in Management Communication Quarterly by Pamela Lutgen-Sandvik and Sarah J. Tracy
October is Free-Trial month at SAGE. Receive free access to these journals and more here.