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Workplace harassment is all too common and can ruin a great job and turn a company into a toxic and unproductive environment. Often, harassment goes unreported, as victims may be unsure of what qualifies as workplace harassment and what to do when they experience it.
Workplace harassment (mobbing, abuse, bullying ) is the belittling or threatening behavior directed at an individual worker or a group of workers.
We can say that this phenomenon has three main features:
existence of violent behavior (by one or more persons towards the victim of mobbing)
lasts for a long period of time and is constantly progressing (because mobbing actually arises from a conflict that has never been resolved and that has escalated; conflict is produced and emerges)
the emergence and growth of imbalances can be in an interpersonal relationship (which is definitely violence).
This can all be abuse in the workplace:
Gossip - when one or more people spread information about another person in order to destroy their reputation and cause their departure (and achieve a better position for themselves)
Mocking the physical and mental characteristics of the victim
Isolation of a colleague - either directly or as a consequence of some of the previous behaviors
Retaining important information that is important for the success of the workplace, artificially creates a stressful situation, the person makes mistakes and makes wrong decisions, and the mobster presents him as incompetent
Administrative and operational measures used by superiors - the victim is overwhelmed by meaningless additional work tasks due to which he cannot (get to) perform the job for which he was hired and paid
An excessive amount of work - which exceeds the capacity of the worker and the workplace itself
Excessive criticism - which is also permanent; the victim begins to doubt his abilities and loses self-confidence
Discrimination based on gender, age, nationality, race, religion, sexual orientation, physical appearance