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Monday, 10 April 2017

High performers at work are more likely to be bullied, psychologist says

High performers at work are more likely to be bullied, psychologist says
- It's not easy being the employee of the month.
Exhibiting hard work and passion for the job can be tough to keep up day in and day out — but many people don't mind putting in the extra effort to get in the good graces of their employer.
Unfortunately, the boss isn't the only one watching.
According to workplace psychologist Jennifer Newman, high performing employees are more likely to get bullied at work.