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Masters Thesis | Psychology Science | India | Volume 11 Issue 9, September 2022
Workplace Bullying & It's Impact on Work Motivation
Tamanna Borah  | Neha Jha
Abstract: Bullying is a multilevel and multidimensional behavior that is used interchangeably with other oppressive workplace behaviors, such as workplace harassment. Workplace bullying, on the other hand, is a distinct concept that has been defined as all those repeated actions and practices directed at one or more workers that are unpleasant to the victim, whether done deliberately or inadvertently, but evidently causing humiliation, offense, and anguish, and that may interrupt work engagement and/or cause an unpleasant working environment. Bullying can be perpetrated by any organization member, including supervisors, colleagues, and even subordinates. One distinguishing feature of workplace bullying is that it is a series of ongoing and increasingly rising occurrences that influence the victim. There are different types of bullying, such as, Social Bullying, Cyber Bullying, Secondary Bullying, Vicarious Bullying, Client Bullying, Institutional Bullying, Attention-Seeking and Regulation Bullying. The purpose of this paper is to investigate how the level of bullying has an impact on work motivation with tech and non tech employees in the private sector. The paper also aims at identifying, management and control, movement, and organizational policies in order to create a safe working environment for employees in different positions.
Keywords: workplace bullying, policies of workplace bullying, work motivation, private sector, tech and non-tech employees, management and control of workplace bullying
Edition: Volume 11 Issue 9, September 2022,
Pages: 388 - 399