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Survive Bullying at Work by Lorenza Clifford

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6 Making a stand

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If moving isn’t the right option for you, making a stand where you are is the other route you could investigate. This often means pursuing a formal grievance internally or taking legal action against your employer. Do be prepared for a long and tough fight, though.

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Step one: Know that your organisation has responsibilities

Under UK law, employers have a duty to provide a safe workplace for their employees. Bullying at work is recognised as a cause of stress by the Health and Safety Executive. The Health and Safety at Work Act ...

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