Enough is Enough!
It's Time To Start Dealing With Workplace Bullying...

Workplace Bullying Help

Beleaguered by workplace bullies? Find out what you can do to help yourself.

If you are dealing with workplace bullying and need help understanding it, addressing it or moving on after a bullying or mobbing experience this website is a resource for you.

While much progress has been made in the last decade in raising awareness about workplace bullying and many employers are now trying to do something about it, there is still a long way to go. More and more employers are aware of workplace bullying and have understood the impact it has on workers, their reputation and the bottom line and have taken steps, including changes to policy and corporate culture, in an effort to address it—but many others have yet to catch up.

While many jurisdictions have passed workplace bullying laws in an attempt to combat the problem it is still legal or effectively legal in many places—perhaps even where you work. But we'll be getting into that more later.

What Can You Do About Workplace Bullying?

Dealing with workplace bullying is a complex issue and has many very negative consequences for both the employee and the employer. This website will help you to get a handle on what is happening, help you understand what you need to do to address it effectively and help you move past the experience.

Resources Available to You:

This website has many resources to help you on the path of dealing with workplace bullying and mobbing—and is adding more all the time. But we suggest that you begin your exploration of this site in the "Guided Tour" section first.

Getting Started...

Okay, let's get started! This "guided tour" will start at the beginning to make sure we are all on the same page. You may find information you already are familiar with but continue on as we will be going into much more detail as we explore ways of dealing with workplace bullying and moving past what can be one of the most traumatic experiences many have to go through in their lives.