Essay - Workplace Bullying Abstract 'Do You Bully People or Have You...


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21
Copyright Notice

WORKPLACE BULLYING

ABSTRACT

"***** you bully people or have you done so in the past?" (Peyton, 2003, p. 7) constitutes one contem**********ary concern/question currently challenging employees in workplaces all over the world. In response to contemporary, challenging concerns related to answers to this leading question, this paper explores the prevalence, forms and impact of workplace *****ing in a sample of 26 executive secretaries ***** personal assistants from 22 private organizations in Bangkok, Thailand during June 2007.

Using a Workpl*****ce Bullying Questionnaire, ***** study seeks to answer the following questions:

How many of the executive secretaries and personal assistants are victims of workplace bullying?

***** many of the ***** secretaries ***** personal assistants have witnessed an individual being bullied at work?

What are the different forms of ***** bullying experienced by the executive secretaries and personal *****?

What are the consequences of workplace bullying?

***** there a signific*****nt relationship between the position of ***** bully ***** the event of *****ing?

***** does ***** company handle workplace bullying?

Methods of statistical analysis utilized to complete this study include:

1) Percentile ranks (***** obtain the number of victims of workplace ***** and those who have ***** workplace bullying), and 2) Chi squ***** test (to discover ***** extent of *****s between the position of the bully ***** the event ***** bullying).

***** retrieved from additional research questions complements this research effort. Information collected from this ***** may help human resource managers, industrial psychologists and counselors to create new or complement current visionary programs ***** policies related to ***** bullying. This study also discusses ********** and practical issues, as well *****, reports limitations experienced ***** the course of completing answers to "bullying," sometimes serve to fuse senseless explosive scenarios.

Abstract ii

List of Figures vi

List ***** Tables v*****

CHAPTER: INTRODUCTION 1

Bullying Admissions 1 Definitely Out There 2 Research Background 2 Study Area 3 Research Questions and/or Considerations 4 Aim and Objecti*****es 6 Bank, Thailand 8

CHAPTER 2: LITERATURE REVIEW *****0

Significance of this Literature Review 10 Review of Research ***** and Hypothesis 10 Bullying, per se 11 One ***** Project 1***** In Time 1***** Seven Tests of Just Cause 14

*****, Potentially Harmful Behaviors 16

CHAPTER 3: DATA AND METHODS 19

The "Solution" Process 19 Mixed Method Methodology

Workplace Bullying Questionnaire

CHAPTER 4: Presentation ***** Analyses ***** Data

Considering Complaints, Consequences and Constraints 26 Participants' Demographics and Data

***** Personal Perceptions 29

***** on Complaints? 40

***** 5: DISCUSSION, CONCLUSIONS, ***** RECOMMENDATIONS 45

Just Cause" 45

***** 47

Conclusion

Recommendations

*****

Appendix A:

*****ppendix B:

References

LIST OF FIGURES

Figure 1: Map *****, Thail***** - Distant View 8 Figure 2: Map Bangkok, Thailand ***** Closer Perspective 8 ***** 3: Map Bangkok, ***** - ***** to Bangkok 9 Figure 4: Map Bangkok, Thailand ***** Bulls Eye ***** 9

Figure 5: Mind Map for Workplace Bullying Research Project

Figure 6: Seven Tests for "Just Cause" Relating to Zero Tolerance 27

***** 7: Percentages of Victimized Participants Compared to Witnesses of Victims 2*****

***** *****: Sexes

. . . . [END OF ESSAY PREVIEW]

Download full paper (and others like it)    |    Order a brand new, customized paper

© 2001–2017   |   Book Reports about Workplace Bullying Abstract 'Do You Bully People or Have You   |   Term Paper Sample