The increasing attention to anti-bullying efforts has spurred a cottage industry of consultants who say they can help companies curb workplace bullying. Check credentials and examine anti-bullying programs closely before you buy, experts advise. "You're starting to see more people hang out their shingles as the realization spreads that this is a problem. It's the same thing that happened with sexual harassment or diversity training in the 1990s," says David Yamada, a professor at Suffolk University Law School.
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