Training | The job where you have to be a 'workplace bully'

The job where you have to be a 'workplace bully'

Managers have to deal with various different types of employees day to day, as well as various issues that may arise, such as supporting an employee facing a bereavement or they may have to hand out warnings if a staff member isn’t performing.

One that perhaps the majority of managers wouldn’t want to face is a workplace bully. But it seems that bullying behaviour is common, as a previous YouGov poll for the TUC found that 29% of people have been victims of workplace bullying in the UK.

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