Both the workplace bullying and sexual harassment have a negative impact on the employees but according to an analysis done it was found that the workplace bullying had much more negative impact than that of sexual harassment and it also forced the employees to quit their jobs in a greater number as compared to the sexual harassment cases. Bullying is a growing problem in the workplace today workplace bullying is defined as repeated unreasonable actions of individuals or a group directed towards an employee or a group of employees which are intended to intimidate degrade humiliate or undermine or which create a risk to the health or safety of the employees safety health assessment research for prevention . Workplace bullying like childhood bullying is the tendency of individuals or groups to use persistent aggressive or unreasonable behaviour against a co worker or subordinate workplace bullying can include such tactics as verbal nonverbal psychological physical abuse and humiliation. Psycinfo and medline databases were searched from 1980 to 2008 using the key words bully health physical health mental health prevalence and intervention results were limited to peer reviewed journals and those articles examining child to child bullying only. 7 out of 10 people leave their job due to workplace bullying 4 out of 5 bully targets suffer depression and sleeping problems after bullying the trauma of workplace bullying psych central
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