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Managers who abuse their employees may be suffering from a perceptual bias. imtmphoto/iStock via Getty Images

Abusive bosses often blame a worker’s lack of effort or care for poor performance when it’s their own biases that may be the problem

About 1 in 7 workers say their managers are abusive, whether it involves ridicule or a failure to provide credit when it’s due.
A lengthy spell in prison awaits the convicted sexual predator. Nuccio DiNuzzo/Getty Images via AFP

R. Kelly was aided by a network of complicity – common in workplace abuse – that enabled crimes to go on for decades

The former R&B star faces the possibility of life in prison after being found guilty of racketeering and sex trafficking. The trial exposed the role of enablers within his inner circle, too.
Toxic workplaces and abusive bosses can make our lives miserable and seriously erode our physical and mental well-being. As we return to the office following the COVID-19 pandemic, time may be up for bad bosses. (Pixabay)

Toxic bosses should be the next to face #MeToo-type reprisals

Could the resignation of Canada’s governor general represent a watershed moment for workers’ rights?

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