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5 Tips for Handling Workplace Bullying: New Book by
Employment Law and HR Expert Details Solutions
More than 70 million workers report being a target of or witness to workplace bullying.
Alexandria, Va. – A new book to be released the first week in September, “Stop Bullying at Work,” provides strategies and tools for HR and legal professionals managing the sensitive issue of workplace bullying.
The book is published by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and authored by Teresa Daniel, an attorney and HR expert who is also a business professor.
Daniel offers solutions to combat workplace bullying, a problem costing U.S. businesses billions of dollars annually in lost productivity, employee absenteeism and turnover, and increased medical costs. The book identifies the most common types of workplace bullying, and what distinguishes a tough boss from a workplace bully. The book also looks at the consequences of workplace bullying, including employee relations problems and legal implications.
In “Stop Bullying at Work,” Daniel provides five in-depth tips for businesses to handle workplace bullying (see attached tip sheet). Highlights include:
Daniel is an employment lawyer and president of InsideOut HR Solutions PLLC. She is a professor of human resource management, business law, and organizational behavior. Daniel has taught at several universities including Marshall University and Ellis College. She lives in Ashland, Kentucky.
Review copies of the book and author interviews are available upon request.
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Five Tips for Businesses on Handling Workplace Bullying Situations
Teresa A. Daniel, author of
Stop Bullying at Work(ISBN 9781586441357, September 2009, $17.95)
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