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  1. Workplacebullying is a moreinclusiveand preferableconcept to sexualharassment

  2. Against This presentation disagrees with thestatementthatworkplacebullying is amoreinclusiveand preferableconceptto sexualharassment.

  3. Understanding Workplace Bullying andSexualHarassment Thereis aCLEARLINEbetween workplacebullying (WPB) and sexualharassment (SH). •According toAdams, bullying at work is separate fromtherecognised problems of sexualharassment… (Adams, 1992) •WPBis oneversion of harassmentand SH is another sub-section of harassment (McCulloch, 2010)

  4. SexualHarassment(SH)

  5. SexualHarassment at Workplace Definitions and forms of,

  6. Defining SH? Threeexisting concerns aboutthedefinitions of SH (Kelly &Radford, 1998): .How SH is conceptualised .Lack of correspondencebetween women’s reports of actualbehaviour &theattribution of SH .Handledifferences of definition between women

  7. Useful Facts to Know aboutSH Term coined in themid-1970s in Ithaca, New York, by a group called Working Women United, formed undertheleadership of theHuman Affairs Program at CornellUniversity. (Thomas & Kitzinger, 1997) SexualHarassmentis oneformof Sexual (World Violence HealthOrganization; PAHO,2012) [Images taken from PowerPoint photo files]

  8. Definition of SexualHarassment SH is defined as ‘‘whereany form of unwanted verbal, non-verbalor physicalconductof asexualnatureoccurs, with thepurposeor effect of violating thedignity of aperson, in particular when creating an intimidating, hostile, degrading, humiliating or offensiveenvironment.’’(TheIrish Presidency of theEuropean Union, 2004)

  9. Most likely targets of SH •Women of Colour (West&Johnson, 2006) •FemaleMilitary Personnel (PeaceWomen Project, 2010)

  10. Forms of SH •Verbal (Kelly, 1988) üWhistling üSexualjoking üGossip •Physical (WorkplaceBullying, 2013) üBrushing againstanother employee’s body, üUnnecessary touching üPinching üCoercive sexualintercourse

  11. •Visual (Kelly, 1988) (Queensland Government, 2013) üFlashing üSexual Gestures üMenacing Staring üLeering üDisplay of sexualmaterial(e.g. photos or pictures) üSexualreading matter (e.g. emails, faxes or letters)

  12. SexualHarassmentin theUK? •First SH casein theUK dated 1986 of Jean Porcelli (Laboratory technician) versus her two malecolleagues. (Google; The Glasgow Herald, 1986)

  13. Latestcaseof SH EricRaoult (French Mayor of Raincy) versus Agnès Desmaret, (Former Head of Raincy Municipal SocialAction Center) •Sacked Ms Desmaret because she refused his advances •Sent her 15,000 text messages filthy text messages in eight months. •Link: http://goo.gl/hhNmGS •(Le Monde, 2014)

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  15. Workplace Bullying (WPB)

  16. WorkplaceBullying Definitions, Forms of, and Characteristics

  17. Although anyonecan beguiltyof bullying but true bullyknowsexactlywhat theyaredoing and preciselyhow togo about it. (Graves,2002)

  18. Definitions •WPBis aggression, verbalabuseand violenceby oneor agroup of peopletowards oneor severalpeoplethey interactwith attheir work place. (Stjepanovic, 2013) •Itis concerned with exposureto negative, unwanted acts or behaviour on acontinuum fromcommon and relatively harmless acts to rareand very severeactions. (Hoel&Lewis, 2012)

  19. Facts About WPB .However, thereis no commonly accepted definition ofWPB(Sebok &Rudolph, 2010) .Long-term Duration: six month to years (Loraleigh, 2010) 3.Behaviour often donein plain sightand witnessed by others (Gates, 2010) .WPBmostclosely resembles theexperienceof being a battered spouse(WorkplaceBullying Institute, 2014) .WPBis aseveresocial stressor and by far thestrong predictor of both anxiety and depression as compared to other job stressors compared. (Haugeetal., 2010)

  20. SurveyFindings (WBI – Zorby 2014 US survey findings (WorkplaceBullying Institute, 2014) (Wiedmer, 2010) •Most Bullies arebosses (72%) •57% of targets arewomen •Bullying is fourtimes moreprevalencethan illegal forms of harassment •45% of targets suffer stress-related health problems. •Only 3% of bullied peoplefilelawsuits.

  21. Most likely target ofWPB •LGBTs üTheir sexual idenGty is not simply a work issue as their social lives can be a sourceof idenGficaGon of their idenGty by theircolleagues, for being seen in a gay barorat a GayPrideevent. (Hoel & Lewis,2012)

  22. Newest Form ofWPB •Cyberbullying: [also known as electronic, e- bullying, digital, onlinebullying] (Privitera& Campbell, 2009)

  23. Characteristics •Socialexclusion (Stjepanovic, 2013) (Tehrani, 2012) •Personal Derogation: useof humiliation, ridiculing (Tehrani, 2012), namecalling (Stjepanovic, 2013) •Slagging (Rafferty, 2007) •Failureto givecredit when dueand repeated reminders of error (Kumar etal., 2012)

  24. LatestcaseofWPB Jonathan MartinVs. Richie Incognito (Miami DolphinTeam) ConclusiveReport:http://goo.gl/IxHBtgComprehensivenarrative: http://goo.gl/Oi3L3r

  25. Justaswethought:RichieIncognitobulliedJonathanMartin _EmailCshare,170W'Tweet@ ,,... C]Comments 53 NFL:JonathanMartinwasbulliedbyRichie Incognito,reportconcludes LastUpdated:141021145:51pm Share: IJf; "' 2 1 MiamiDolphinsguardRichieIncognito(68)andtackleJonathanMartin(71)lookoverplaysduringanNFLpreseaso footballgameagainsttheTampaBay BuccaneersinMiami Gardens, Fla.(WilfredoLee/ AssociatedPress/August24 2013) R1ch1eIncognitoReportsayshedid bullyJonathanMartin

  26. Final thought

  27. “Would we, when allowed to work for pay, bemadeto work atthemostmenialjobs and exploited atbarely starvation level? If women werehuman, would our violation beenjoyed by our violators?” (MacKinnon, 2007 :41)

  28. Thank You Claire Ayelotan

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