Category Archives: NHS bullying

Keep Prejudices Where They Belong – deep inside!

In a recent blog, I describe David Cameron’s apology about his sexist outburst in Parliament. This week we are reading John Terry’s assertion that he did not make a racist comment to a black footballer – although the police are getting … Continue reading

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Cyber Bullying – not just a school issue – a worker’s perspective

Think Before You Click the Send Button Whilst recognising the problems being faced by young people at school at the hands of the cyber-bully, we should not forget that many people at work also suffering the same difficulty. Often in … Continue reading

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Does heirarchy in an organisation lead to bullying

It struck me last week, as I spent four days training in a massive corporate body, how the corporate world we work in creates environments in which the abrasive manager thrives. How hierarchical our organisations are! It appears the more … Continue reading

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Targets and Cuts = Bullying

Last week, I was approached by someone who works for the NHS, who has on three occasions been accused of workplace bullying by members of her staff team. She had read my comments from  “When is a Bully not a … Continue reading

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