Companies can curb bullying bosses and support victims, but will yours?
Expecting workers to commit to long hours undermines gender equality in the workplace and the home.
Report found deputy PM to have been abrasive and intimidating to civil servants who have waited months for action to be taken.
The deputy prime minister insists he just has high expectations of his staff but that is not what ‘professionalism’ really means.
RIshi Sunak has said he won’t suspend the deputy prime minister while dozens of accusations about his conduct are investigated.
A pervasive history of bullying and sexual misconduct plagues law enforcement agencies and illustrates the failure of police forces to police themselves.
Millions of British people believe in at least one conspiracy theory, but research shows how to tackle them.
People who experience mansplaining suffer lower organizational commitment and job satisfaction, and higher turnover intention, emotional exhaustion and psychological distress.
A new report on workplace culture in parliament is due before the end of the year. Will it address the systemic and structural factors that make parliament so prone to bullying?
It’s clear the current workplace health and safety framework isn’t stopping people from getting bullied. It’s time to treat bullying as a public health issue and address the problem more effectively.
New data show bullying is widespread in the public service, with many reluctant to report it. There are several key ways to change this.
These are challenging times for university leaders, and new research shows ‘smart bullies’ are making life even more difficult.
Workplace bullying and harassment has many guises. Sometimes, it is gendered. Sometimes it is racist. For women of colour, it’s often both.
Growing alarms over a ‘rudeness epidemic’ make it seem like incivility in the workplace is on the rise. The data suggest otherwise.
Employers tend to see ‘cyberloafing’ as a waste of time, but a new study suggests it serves an important function for workers.
A recent study found more than 80% of Australia’s teachers have been bullied or harassed by students and parents. Verbal abuse was most common and female teachers were bullied more than males.
Three-quarters of teenagers in our survey experienced exploitation, bullying, harassment or some other form of abuse in their first job.
Research shows unprofessional behaviour and poor communication among doctors and other clinical staff contributes to medical errors. This flows on to worse patient outcomes.
Bullies have traditionally been viewed as having low IQ and social problems, but this often isn’t the case.
Our study showed that the majority of employees chose to continue attending work despite suffering repeated abuse at work.