Mobbing: How Groups Bully and How to Prevent it
January 27 @ 1:00 pm - 1:45 pm
Group bullying – or mobbing – in the workplace is on the rise. Mobbing is a campaign of harassment by a group to force the target out of the workplace using various tactics. Mobbing takes a significant toll on the psychological well-being of targets and a staggering toll on the workplace itself, becoming a toxic force in the organization that is often difficult to identify and eliminate. This interactive and informative session provides an understanding of mobbing and its impact and provides participants with the tools and know-how to conquer it.
In this practical and timely presentation Sreya Roy provides an understanding of how unconscious bias, micro-aggressions, micro-invalidations, and subconscious stereotyping impact our decisions and actions at work. The session focuses on the employer’s obligations when managing a diverse workforce.
COVID-19 changed the world. With public health requirements for physical distancing, an abrupt economic slowdown, and many organizations required to close or severely reduce their operations, the employment landscape has changed immeasurably. Working from home became not the exception but the norm, occupational health and safety took on new and pressing urgency, and businesses explored […]
Being forced to set up a remote workplace amid the COVID-19 pandemic caused many employers and employees to realize that it is possible. From video calls to remote logins to programs like Microsoft Teams, we figured it out quickly. Now that we know we can do it, many organizations will want to continue this trend. […]