Abusive or intimidating behavior in the workplace
This chapter establishes the National Institutes of Health’s (NIH) policies regarding responsibilities for preventing and appropriately handling threatening or intimidating behavior, potentially violent situations, or incidents of workplace violence.
" The NIH Deputy Director signed the charter for Civil in July 1999 and updated it in 2013.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has adopted a safety program for its own workers that includes a workplace anti-bully policy.
The policy is contained in a 278-page document, the OSHA Field Health and Safety Manual, which was released on May 23, 2011.
Senior executives can intimidate speakers with penetrating stares or furrowed brows.
This statement during one of Silicon Valley’s highest-profile gender discrimination suits to date says a lot about the intimidating work environment many female–and male–leaders face.Public humiliation should be considered severe behavior.