Response to "You're Fired! How to Get Rid of Workplace Bullying"

This is an informative overview on workplace bullying. The ending suggestion that more focus should be placed on collective bargaining as a solution to workplace bullying does not address the full scope of the issue, however. First of all, while I’ve found in my research that 74% of workplace bullying is done by a manager onto a subordinate, the idea that all bullying is perpetrated by bosses is not true in every case. Secondly, business leaders should be asking themselves why their employees want to organize, and work to eliminate problems in workplace culture based on the answer to that question. Read the full article at The Guardian.