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Letters to the editor | November 28, 2020 | The Examiner

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IT IS common practice for the victim of bullying in the workplace (once they have put in a complaint) to be required to leave their employment, seek psychiatric and psychological support, visit various legal entities (at great financial cost), face the bully, have their whole work ethic questioned and lose their income. They have to prove emotional trauma when it’s obvious they wouldn’t have left unless the bullying existed. It would behove the boards of companies to question the bully, remove that person to seek the psychiatric and psychological help which would perhaps assist them to change their behaviour and save future employees the trauma they have caused. I challenge boards to look carefully at how they handle…



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