Workplace Bullying, Violence, Harassment,
Discrimination and Stress:

International laws and developments

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Workplace Bullying, Violence, Harassment, Discrimination and Stress: International Laws, Developments, and Resources Paperback – April 26, 2015


 

 

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Workplace Bullying, Violence, Harassment, Discrimination and Stress: International Laws, Developments, and Resources

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Workplace Bullying, Violence, Harassment, Discrimination and Stress: International Laws, Developments, and Resources  2014-2015 Edition

Ellen Pinkos Cobb, JD, a Founding Fellow of the Workplace Bullying Academy, strives to providetimely information on workplace bullying, violence, harassment, discrimination and stress laws and developments around the world through:

 Workplace Bullying, Violence, Harassment, Discrimination and Stress: International Laws, Developments, and Resources Updated annually.

  • "In this exceptional book, Ellen Cobb has taken on a tall order: to provide a comprehensive tour around the globe, taking a snapshot of current legislative frameworks related to respect in the workplace matters. The book does a fabulous job at doing just that, and as such has become an invaluable resource to me in my work in the field. This is a book that every professional who is interested in respectful workplace issues should have on their bookshelf as a "bible" to refer to again and again." Sharone Bar-David, Bar-David Consulting  
  • Ellen Pinkos Cobb has created an indispensable resource for legal professionals, mental health practitioners, HR and management, business consultants, and other professionals confronted with difficult workplace issues on a regular basis. The book is informative, well organized, concisely written, and remarkably current. It is clear the author invested countless hours researching legislative developments and thoughtfully articulating international laws pertaining to workplace bullying, harassment, violence, and discrimination. I have an office full of books, and this is one of only three that permanently live on my desk! Jessi Eden Brown, Licensed Mental Health Therapist
  • "This book should be at the hand of every professional with an interest, even peripherally, in the convoluted world of compliance-related issues." 

Country specific laws

developments and resources

for organizations, academics,

human resources & targets


 

 

     

  • EU 
  •  Asia Pacific 
  • USA and Canada
  •  and more

SHRM Gobal HR newsletter:
Differences in Global Workplace Bullying Protections Explained

Did you know:

  • Workplace bullying, an internal occurrence undertaken by managers and/or co-workers, leads to more workers leaving their job than violence, which is typically inflicted by sources external to a company.
  • Workers who witness bullying can have a stronger urge to quit than those who experience it firsthand.
  • When a boss frequently bullies one employee, the entire team’s productivity decreases.
  • In the United States, workplace bullying has been found to be four times more prevalent than sexual harassment.

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