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What can I do about workplace bullying?

On Behalf of | Dec 22, 2022 | Workplace Harassment

Workplace bullying creates a difficult and stressful experience that can take a toll on your mental and physical health. Bullying or discrimination at work can even affect your job performance.

By speaking up, keeping a record and knowing your rights and options, you can take steps to address workplace bullying and protect yourself.

Speak up and seek support.

If you deal with bullying at work, one of the most important things you can do about it is to speak up. This might feel difficult, as bullies often try to intimidate their victims into silence. However, it is essential to remember that you have the right to a safe and respectful work environment.

You can start by telling someone you trust about what is happening, whether it is a coworker, a supervisor or an HR representative. They may provide a support system and help you address the issue.

Keep a record of the bullying.

It is also a good idea to keep a record of the bullying you experienced. This can include keeping a diary of the incidents and any witnesses or supporting evidence, such as emails or text messages. This documentation can help if you report the bullying or seek legal action.

Know your rights and options.

You can familiarize yourself with your rights regarding workplace bullying and the options available to you. This can include filing a complaint with your employer and the appropriate authorities, such as the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC).

Remember that you are not alone, and resources are available to help you through workplace bullying.

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