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HC Online | 21 Oct 2010, 12:00 AM Agree 0
US studies suggest that a corporation's image accounts for up to 4% of its stock price. Companies that do not heed good governance, plan for risk or understand the basics of good HR practice gamble with their own stock, writes Stuart King
  • Bernie Althofer | 21 Oct 2010, 03:09 PM Agree 0
    People go to work not expecting to be bullied. Everyone should plan for the day when they will be involved in a workplace bullying incident, either as a victim/target, a bystander, or even as an alleged bully. People forget that when an incident happens, a number of other people are involved depending on the course of action taken. For example, the organisation is either directly or indirectly involved. The medical and legal professions, the family/friends/associates, the investigators and the media may also be involved depending on action taken. We really only know about reported cases, so there are probably many more out there who don''t do what the 16 year old did.
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