While many HR leaders strive to stamp out workplace bullying as best they can, employees are still facing the wrath of their co-workers on a regular basis. In fact, a recent study has discovered that as many as 71% of employees have been bullied or witnessed bullying. This is according to employment law specialist Ken Law, who interviewed staff at 131 companies in the UK, with 35% of the respondents admitting that they had been direct victims of workplace bullying themselves. However, it also seems that workplace bullying is continuing but on a virtual scale now that the vast majority of employees in the UK are working from home. This comes as Wales’ Health Minister Vaughan Gething, was caught on a Zoom call bad-mouthing the Welsh Assembly Member for Cardiff Central, Jenny Rathbone,...
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