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Kara out of courtesy added her office boss as her facebook friend but soon her boss started to interfere in her personal life. Kara had to leave her job when her boss started manipulating her work hours through her personal information. Bullies, a common fact in elementary schools, have entered in workplaces too. Both male and female bosses bully their employees. Most of the time, the bullied employees either remain silent or leave their job. In these cases, coworkers are not helpful and often blame the victims thinking they deserve it. Sometimes bosses think bullying makes the employees to do their job more effectively and they think fear of being bullied motivate them to perform better. But actually it has the opposite effects. The bullied employees are less motivated to perform extra-role or citizenship behavior or speak positively about the organization.
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Q. How does workplace bullying violate the rules of organizational justice? Answer: There are three main organizational justices such as Distributive Justice, Procedural Justice and Interactional Justice. The theories of justices are created to make the workplace an effective and a pleasant place, where everyone treated as the same fairness. For instance: Interactional justice concerns fairness of how individuals treat one another not only when resources are distributed but in everyday interactions, as well. However, workplace bullying is the opposite side of interactional justice: "Persistent, offensive, abusive, intimidating or insulting behaviors, abuse of power or unfair penal sanctions which makes the recipient feel upset, threatened, humiliated or vulnerable, which undermines their self-confidence and which may cause them to suffer stress" Based upon theories we can say that workplace bullying violate the rules of...
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