Is workplace harassment generic or a result of context?

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Title: Is workplace harassment generic or a result of context?
Author: Walton, Michael
Citation: Counselling at Work, Winter 2009/10, p.8-11
Publisher: British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy
Journal: Counselling at Work
Date Issued: 2009-12
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10036/96898
Links: http://www.bacpworkplace.org.uk/journal.php
Abstract: Harassment at work remains a significant problem and, in its various guises, threatens the wellbeing of those affected, and the integrity and internal equilibrium of an organisation. It seeks to capitalise on, and possibly magnify, organisational power differentials in order to gain an advantage over others for personal or organisational exploitation and, perhaps, gratification. The power differential exploited can be derived from differing levels of organisational status as well from the differing influencing styles and behaviour.
Type: Article
Description: Online article
Keywords: harassmentworkplace bullying


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