May 18, 2017

I have been receiving a lot of comments on my recently published book titled “How to stand up to workplace bullying and take on an unjust employer”. Interestingly, the comments cover a number of different aspects associated with bullying and harassment in the workplace.

First of all, from the comments I have received over the last few weeks since the publication of my book, it is clear that there are many people who have experienced workplace bullying and harassment, and have suffered because of it. I know that some people are able to either ignore it and move on, or just quit and get a different job. But there are many others for whom it has caused significant stress and suffering.

The comments, therefore, fall into a number of different categories:

  1. There are many who have experienced significant workplace bullying and have had to deal with a lot of stress and hostility, and finally quit their jobs to find a different job because they did not know what to do or how to handle the situation
  2. There are some who ended up with various mental health disorders and ended up unemployed
  3. There are some who were able to ignore it and were able to go on with their daily activities
  4. There are some who apparently took some aggressive steps against the employer, not always appropriate in a legal sense

The purpose of writing this book is to make the point that everyone has a right to be treated fairly in their workplace. But if they do find themselves in an undesirable situation, it is important for them to know what steps to take to defend themselves.

© 2017 - Sumi Mukherjee
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