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Document ID (ISN)103450
CIS number 04-496
Year 2002
Convention or series no. Facts 23
Title Bullying at work
Original title Mobning pň arbejdspladsen [in Danish]
Mobbning pň arbetsplatsen [in Swedish]
Parenˇhlēsē ston hṓro ergasÝas [in Greek]
Acoso moral en el trabajo [in Spanish]
T÷÷ga seotud stress [in Estonian]
Ty÷paikkakiusaaminen [in Finnish]
HarcŔlement moral sur le lieu de travail [in French]
Il mobbing sul posto di lavoro [in Italian]
Bauginimai darbe [in Lithuanian]
Pesten op het werk [in Dutch]
O assÚdio moral no local de trabalho [in Portuguese]
Šikanovanie na pracovisku [in Slovak]
Ustrahovanje na delovnem mestu [in Slovenian]
Mobbing [in German]
Bibliographic information European Agency for Safety and Health at Work,, 2002. 2p. Illus. 4 ref.
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Abstract Bullying at work constitutes a significant problem in the European work force. The associated costs are considerable for both the worker and the organization. Prevention of bullying at work is one of the objectives of the European Commission' new strategy on health and safety at work. This fact sheet focuses on the use of intimidation in relationships between colleagues. Topics covered: definition of bullying; extent of the problem and persons affected; why bullying occurs; consequences; EU legislation; prevention of bullying at the workplace.
Descriptors (primary) human relations; bullying; risk factors; human behaviour; European Union
Descriptors (secondary) legal aspects; stress factors; plant safety and health organization; role of management; data sheet
Document type F - Information notes, codes of practice, standards
Country / State or ProvinceEuropean Union
Subject(s) Psychology and sociology
Broad subject area(s) Stress, psychosocial factors
Browse category(ies) Bullying and mobbing
Psychological factors