Hostile work environment

The longtime "60 Minutes" correspondent said he "wouldn't stop complaining" about issues that ultimately led to the firing of many CBS executives.
At least three people withdrew from consideration to lead her presidential bid, in part because of her behavior as a boss.
The lawsuit is the latest accusation about a problematic Nike corporate culture.
Many people contact me after having been fired for complaining about their hostile work environment. They write a long email to HR or their boss explaining, in excruciating detail, all the ways their boss or a colleague is harassing them at work.
Bring your own device (BYOD) is anything but fun. Every employer needs to address employees' personal communication devices
Everyone has a responsibility to collectively work together to prevent workplace bullying to ensure that bullies don't win and targets don't unnecessarily have to deal with abuse or suffer alone.
The key to remember, regardless of location or event, YOU ARE STILL AT WORK -- treat it that way.
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It's still not decided everywhere in America, but in the 5th Circuit (Louisiana, Mississippi, Texas) you can now sue your employer for age-based harassment. That's right.
How do you hold up during 60 minutes of a hostile interview from a total stranger?
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