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Destructive workplace behaviors contribute to the inability to retain nurses in the healthcare environment because of the stress associated with these behaviors. Briles (2003) defined the problem of destructive workplace behavior as “working manners, habits, and styles that can directly and negatively affect the bottom line of a unit, department, and the entire organization” (Red Ink Behavior section 2). These destructive workplace behaviors cause targeted employees to experience serious physical and psychological damage (Rowe & Sherlock, 2005), resulting in negative aspects of the EVLN model, which consists of exit ...
This is the second segment of Bernie Althofer’s article on Surviving Workplace Bullying, which draws upon his book that includes a large number of questions Bernie expects an experienced investigator would ask when a workplace bullying allegation is made. Bernie adds that the questions can be asked by individuals and the helpful hints contained in his book could be gone through and the suggestions put in place. You can find the previous segment to Bernie’s article at Tips for Dealing with Workplace Bullying The thirteen chapters of discussion, questions and helpful hints ... Read More
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