The Effect of Workplace Bullying and Organizational Support on Health and Organizational Outcomes
We examined support systems on the health of those bullied at work. Our findings showed that bullied victims experience more stress, worse health, less satisfaction, and higher intentions to leave while organizational support systems help to minimize this effect of bullying on victims.
Nielsen, Jessica L.; Dorio, Nicole B.; Franz, Timothy; and McClure Brenchley, Kimberly, "The Effect of Workplace Bullying and Organizational Support on Health and Organizational Outcomes" (2015). Psychology Faculty/Staff Publications. Paper 8.
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Presented at the 27th Association for Psychological Science (APS) Annual Convention in New York, New York, May 24, 2015.