How to handle bullying situations in the workplace

06/18/2007 | Nurse.com (Gannett Healthcare Group)

Increased bullying activity in the nursing hierarchy can result from the stress and demands of mandatory overtime, high turnover rates, expanded clinical responsibilities, and new technologies and products. Nurse-on-nurse forms of bullying, such as the "silent treatment" or being omitted from patient care planning, should be identified, reported and handled on an individual, team and organizational level.

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