A new study by CareerBuilder finds the number of workers encountering bullies at the office is on the rise. Thirty-five percent of workers say they have felt bullied at work, up from 27 percent last year. In May and June 2012, Harris Interactive on behalf of CareerBuilder conducted this survey online among 3,892 U.S. workers (employed full time, not self-employed, and nongovernment) ages 18 and older (percentages for some questions are based on a subset, based on their responses to certain questions). Below are the most common ways workers report being bullied.
Most Common Tactics of Workplace Bullies
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