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What happens to the schoolyard bully once he or she grows up and joins the rat race? Apparently, some of them remain bullies as adults. New research is focusing on the role of office bullies, and studies show these people can have a huge impact on workplace productivity and health. We talk with Howard Ross about how to identify and stop the office bully in his tracks.
- Howard Ross Diversity consultant; Principal, Cook Ross
- Gary Namie Director, Workplace Bullying Institute; co-author, "The Bully at Work"
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