We’ve all heard of children being bullied in the schoolyard and teens being bullied online. But did you know that 48.6 million adults have been bullied as adults -- by adults -- at work? The bullying, which can take many forms, including exclusion from professional activities, verbal attacks, isolation, rumors, and humiliation, is often hard to prove and difficult to report, and there are few laws protecting against it. Meet a woman who claims that, after years of workplace bullying, she finally chose her physical and mental well-being over being able to pay her mortgage, so she quit her job. Then, another woman says, “The most cold, calculating, and unexpected villain a woman will ever come face to face with at work is another woman.” And, meet a man who claims that his workplace bully led him to contemplate taking his own life. Find out what stopped him. Plus, hear from a woman who alleges she was bullied when she worked for a multinational financial services company. By the end of this episode, you will be able to identify if you are being bullied at work and will learn what you can do about it, how to move on and overcome the psychological trauma, and how to make sure it doesn’t happen again.

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