Mobbing: Emotional Abuse in the American Workplace
Civil Society Publishing, 1999 - Business & Economics - 213 pages
Everyday capable, hardworking, committed employees suffer emotional abuse at their workplace. Some flee from jobs they love, forced out by mean-spirited co-workers, subordinates or superiors -- often with the tacit approval of higher management. The authors, Dr. Noa Davenport, Ruth Distler Schwartz, and Gail Pursell Elliott have written a book for every employee and manager in America. The book deals with what has become a household word in Europe: Mobbing. Mobbing is a "ganging up" by several individuals, to force someone out of the workplace through rumor, innuendo, intimidation, discrediting, and particularly, humiliation. Mobbing is a serious form of nonsexual, nonracial harassment. It has been legally described as status-blind harassment.
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THIS BOOK READS LIKE MY EXPERIENCE WITH GANGSTALKING AND GANGSTALKING ON A CITY WIDE LEVEL IN VALDEZ,ALASKA.VALDEZ ALASKA IS THE MOBBING CENTER FOR ALASKA. THIS BOOK TELLS WHAT YOU WILL EXPERIENCE IN A WORK PLACE MAGNIFY THAT FOR A SMALL CITY AND EVERYONE YOU MEET IS HARRASSING YOU 50 TIMES A DAY . YOU CANT FIGHT THEM UNLESS YOU GET THE FBI OR SOME OTHER FEDERAL POLICE TO HELP YOU. WHEN GANGSTALKING STARTS HAPPENING ON THIS LEVEL IT MEANS THE COUNTRY THAT IT IS HAPPENING IN IS ABOUT TO SELF IMPLODE!WELL LOOK AT AMERIKA IT IS READY TO DESTROY ITSELF MOBBING GANGSTALKING ARE ALL INDICATORS OF A COUNTRY WIDE SELF DESTRUCTION AND ALL THANKS TO A GODLESS SOCIETY.