Abusive or intimidating behavior toward other employees
Aggression takes many forms–from intimidating tactics in meetings to sexual overtures—and can range from active to passive. ” this kind of aggression can unnerve most people and make them feel what they’ve said is not credible.
From scathing put-downs to pointed words like, “Really? I experienced aggression in meetings when I was a young speechwriter as part of a PR team of bright professionals.
Despite the talent in the room, our boss attacked everyone who spoke.
Comments that are objective and are intended to provide constructive feedback are not usually considered bullying, but rather are intended to assist the employee with their work.One bright vice president told me that when she had one-on-one meetings with her boss, he would stare at her the whole time, trying to break her.It was difficult for her to keep her train of thought.A list of which acts and regulations that cover violence/harassment is available on our website.Please note that while you can see the list of legislation for free, you will need a subscription to view the actual documentation.