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25 Common Tactics Used By Bullies In San Diego Workplaces

Posted on February 2, 2018 in Workplace Harassment

Workplace bullying is unfortunately very common across San Diego at every level, from the most junior of employees right through to executive management. However, as anyone who has ever been the victim of workplace bullying will know, bullies are often smart enough to keep their activities under the radar, discouraging reporting and making it hard for managers and HR professionals to take action.…

Frequently Asked Questions About Dating In The Workplace

Posted on January 23, 2018 in Employment Law

Given that most employees spend a lot of time with their colleagues and get to know them very well, it is no surprise that a significant number of San Diegans meet their future spouses at work, and workplace romances are actually quite common.…

Emotional Distress At Work In San Diego

Posted on January 10, 2018 in Workplace Harassment

In a perfect world, everyone would feel happy and comfortable within their workplace and actively enjoy doing their job – but unfortunately, this is not the case for a large number of workers. Emotional distress at work can have a significant impact on the affected individual – and if your boss or working environment needlessly causes such distress, this can make both your working hours and downtime highly unpleasant and have a significant impact on your emotional health.…

Frequently Asked Questions About Age Discrimination

Posted on December 15, 2017 in Employment Law

Age discrimination is potentially the most common and pervasive type of employment discrimination that workers across San Diego face, despite the legal protections in place to safeguard the rights of older workers.

This type of discrimination places older workers at a disadvantage when it comes to hiring practices, career advancement and continued employment, which can in turn have a knock-on effect on the business in terms of limiting the skills and experience of the workforce, and of course, increasing the risk of potentially costly and time-consuming litigation.…

The Role of HR in Workplace Bullying Cases

Posted on December 7, 2017 in Workplace Harassment

One of the roles of an HR department is to provide support to employees, which may involve investigating claims of workplace bullying (or workplace harassment), and taking action to protect workers from such behavior. If you feel unable or unwilling to talk to your immediate boss about a workplace bully, contacting the HR department should be your next step.…

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