• About the Author: Sandra L. Robinson

    Sandra L. Robinson is a professor of organizational behavior at the University of British Columbia’s Sauder School of Business.

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05 Nov. 2017 | Comments (0)
What to Do When a Colleague Excludes You
The negative effects of bullying and harassment and other aggressive behaviors in the workplace are becoming better known, but another, quieter form of torment is actually far more common: ostracism. Research indicates that a full 71% of professionals experience some degree of exclusion or social isolation in a six-month period (compared to the 49% that experience harassment, for example).