The impact of workplace bullying in nursing

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Franklin, Natasha and Chadwick, Sharlene. (2013). The impact of workplace bullying in nursing. Australian Nursing and Midwifery Journal. 21(1), p. 31.
AuthorsFranklin, Natasha and Chadwick, Sharlene
Abstract

Despite clear workplace health and safety guidelines and organisational policies and procedures relating to protecting, reporting and managing workplace bullying, bullying remains largely under-reported due to people not recognising bullying behaviours, fear of retribution and fear they will not be protected especially if they perceive the bully is part of a protected group or if people with bullying behaviours have been promoted into higher levels of power (Human Rights Commission 2011).

Year2013
JournalAustralian Nursing and Midwifery Journal
Journal citation21 (1), p. 31
PublisherAustralian Nursing Federation
ISSN1320-3185
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