A new comprehensive Canadian study, based on 110 studies over 21 years, has found that work bullying might be more harmful than sexual harassment. Bullied workers are more likely to quit or be less satisfied with their jobs than sexually harassed employees. According to the authors, work bully can mean "persistently criticizing employees' work; yelling; repeatedly reminding employees of mistakes; spreading gossip or lies; ignoring or excluding workers; and insulting employees' habits, attitudes or private life."
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