It's time to stamp out bullying bosses

September 2003
Travel Trade Gazette UK & Ireland;9/15/2003, Issue 2581, p22
Trade Publication
Presents advice about workplace bullying. Complaint of the employee for being humiliated by a manager in front of colleagues; Suggestion to approach the manager and her boss on the problem; Effectiveness of taking legal advice is asking for an independent mediator failed to work out.


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