TELL-TALE SIGNS OF CONFLICT AT WORK
HOW FAMILIAR ARE THESE?
- Shouting and Swearing
- Instantaneous rages over trivial matters
- Punishments dispensed out of the blue
- Ignoring other people's points of view
- Personal insults and name-calling
- Persistent criticism
- Persistently setting unrealistic deadlines
- Spreading malicious rumours
- Constantly moving goal posts and withholding information
- Ostracising, Ignoring, excluding and freezing people out
- Making threats
- Removing responsibility
- Allocating menial tasks
If any of the above sounds familiar, you may be witnessing inappropriate workplace behaviour.
Does this behaviour go on in your
organisation? If it does, and you are a responsible manager,
We recommend that you
call the FREE National Bullying Helpline : 0845 22 55 787
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much. Corporate Employer September 2005
Oh joy! I am so happy to receive some support at last. I suspect
that I just got a poorly informed employee versus their company
status on bullying employers. Happy holidays and thank you so much
for your response. Sandra.
An employee HR&DM assisted. December 2005
Best wishes to you also for the New Year and beyond and I sincerely
hope that you and your company continue the good work you are doing.
I mentioned your company during my Appeal and that if cases such
as mine are considered to be so complex then my Employer should
consider employing external specialist services such as those provided
by you. What a complex case. You will be pleased to hear that I
won my Appeal by unanimous decision. Many thanks again for your
An employee HR&DM successfully assisted. February 2006.
Many thanks for these documents and for all the support when I phoned
the other morning. I did not know there was a service like this
until I found your website.
Help line victim who was sent Free Step by Step Guide April
Thanks for this, have just spent an enjoyable hour reading it! Fantastic
job, you have managed to impart clarity into the veritable "forest"
of paper. Your conclusions and recommendations are in my view absolutely
accurate, and highlight the real need for management training. Best
wishes and thanks for all your support.
Satisfied Corporate Employer on receipt of an Investigation
Report. May 2006
Thank you very much for your help. The information you have provided
has been of great assistance. It's sad that it is becoming such
a huge problem and it is so difficult sometimes to recognise because
it's not necessarily, as you point out - a manager bullying a colleague
- it can be the lesser colleague bullying the manager and I've seen
relatively confident outgoing people bullied by seemingly more reserved,
shy characters, just in a very subtle way so as to almost go unnoticed.
Student. June 2006
I saw you on 'This morning' after having read about your most recent
case in the papers. Thank goodness that there are people like you
who are willing to help ordinary workers fight against their Goliaths.
Wife on behalf of her husband, who was bullied. June 2006
I am very interested in the support you offer after watching the
This Morning programme yesterday. I have seen your website and you
seem to be the only organisation fully aware of all aspects of the
affects and traits of bullying in the workplace.
Victim of workplace bullying. June 2006
Thanks for your e-mail. I spoke at length to your husband shortly
before Sue Preston's case was decided by the tribunal. Your WHY
questions (for the Minister) are SPOT-ON and exactly what I see
as a major widespread problem – ‘The Tip of a very big
iceberg’. Keep up your pressure.
Teacher who contacted HR&DM. June 2006
Thanks for this, have just spent an enjoyable hour reading it.
Fantastic job. You have managed to impact clarity into the veritable
‘forest’ of paper. Your conclusions and recommendations
are, in my view, absolutely accurate and highlight the real need
for management training.
NHS : Following receipt of Investigation Report June 2006
Thank you very much for all the documentation. It is excellent to
know that bullying is being discussed in the media.
Teacher. July 2006
It was such a relief to be able to talk to some-one about the very
long-standing problems I have of bullying, verbal aggressive and
threatening behaviour etc. by my boss. I have been looking at many
websites, e-mail help-lines etc. for well over a year and it means
a lot to me to have some sort of backing from the professionals.
Teacher. July 2006
I wish I had known about you when all this started last year.
am sure you have probably heard it all in your line of work and
I want you to know that I think what you are doing is really important
and I would like to suggest that if you haven’t already ,
you contact every teaching union in the UK and make sure they know
about you and more importantly, teachers know there is a place to
go for help. Do you have a stand or a presence at their conferences?
Maybe you can make a difference one day and promote some ethical
help for teachers who just want to do their job well. Good luck
and thanks again for your help.
Teacher. July 2006
Thank you so much for speaking to me today it is so comforting to
someone understands our appalling situation. This whole climate
at work - especially in Primary Schools has got completely out of
Thank you for speaking with me today , watching you on 'This Morning'
week was very comforting. At least it made people more aware of
of the situation.
A Teacher. July 2006
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