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Defeating the workplace bully

Bullying doesn't always stop once you graduate, there are workplace bullies too. (istock)
Bullying has been in the news a lot lately - after the suicide of B.C. teenager Amanda Todd, but bullying doesn't just happen online or at school

It's also a problem in the workplace that too often seems to go unchecked. It could be a bullying boss with high standards, who uses fear and punishments to get results or a coworker sabotaging or undermining another's work or reputation.

Here to talk about why that is and what to do about it is our workplace psychologist, Dr. Jennifer Newman.

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