Wednesday, August 8, 2007


Your comment brings out another point: Males, as well as females, are targets of Bad Apples.

A 2007 nationwide poll found that more than half of American workers have been the victim of or heard about supervisors or employers behaving abusively--making sarcastic jokes or teasing remarks, rudely interrupting, publicly criticizing, giving dirty looks to or yelling at subordinates, or ignoring them as if they were invisible. Because these behaviors have become so commonplace, many people do not consider them to be problematic, but they are, especially when directed at a specific person over long periods of time.

Thank you for writing.

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