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Unions: Boss’ Constant Criticism, Silent Treatment and Lack of Credit are ‘Workplace Bullying’

MadisonWannabe Wrote: Jan 31, 2013 1:36 PM
Work place bullies are the union members themselves. If they are asked to actually work and earn their keep, they start the grievance process. The supervisor is harassed with union whining and crying with trivial rubbish until they are successful in getting rid of the person who expects them to work.

The National Staff Organization – a group comprised of teachers union organizers, negotiators and lobbyists – recently published an article in which it complains about an apparent rise in “workplace bullying.”

The WAR – or Winter Advocacy Retreat – newsletter reads:

“To get a handle on what workplace bullying looks like, unions have to consider bullying warning signs like continuous criticism, silent treatment or credit not being given to a worker. Then unions have to develop the strategies to deal with it and restore control to the situation.”

Just let it marinate for a minute that unions are complaining about...

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