Workplace bullying is more common than one might think, but it is difficult to get a handle on the scope of the problem.
There are several reasons why, including reluctance of the aggrieved to come forward, steadfast denials from company that anything is wrong, and human resource directors who look the other way.
To help shed light on this challenging issue, WBFO and AM 970's Mark Leitner spoke with Jessie Callaghan, an analyst at the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety in Hamilton, Ontario. Callaghan has been researching workplace violence since the early 1990s.
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