Managerial Analysis Of Mobbing And Fear In The Workplace
The main aim of this report is to research and analyze mobbing and fear in the workplace from the managerial perspective because such behaviour is often regarded as negative or undesirable and it has various effects on the employees. The study is divided into the theoretical and the empirical part. The theoretical part describes mobbing in general and explains this phenomenon from the viewpoint of its historical development and as connected to fear. The empirical part includes the main objectives, hypotheses, and methods of investigation. The research is based primarily on the statistical analyses of mobbed persons in comparison with other employees, and the results are supported by tables, graphs, and concluding discussions.
Volume (Year): 58 (2011)
Issue (Month): (november)
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