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Print: 1582-8344

Electronic: 2247-6571


Articole:
THE REFUGEE CRISIS IN EUROPE AND ADDRESSED SOLUTIONS
Adrian OTOVESCU, Maria-Cristina OTOVESCU


THEORETICAL APPROACHES REGARDING THE MOBBING PHENOMEN

Abstract
All work situations can potentially generate conflicts, which can lead to risks of abuses, aggression. In any organization, there are divergences of opinion, conflict, power struggle as normal manifestations of the organization. Some of these conflictual situations are solved, but another can degenerate into aggression. Mobbing is that form of psychological aggression, exercised over a period of minimum several months by one or more colleagues over another, through a series of actions designed to discreditate and isolate that person. The role of the employee in the organization and his/her professional capacities are deliberately underestimated through various discredits, humiliations, in order to remove the person from organization. Victims of mobbing in most cases end up resigning because they no longer deal with pressure. Repercussions are psychical and social: falling confidence in professional skills, stress, deteriorating family relationships on the background of stress but also physical: depression or health problems. Also, there are consequences for the working environment of the organization regarding work performance and employee relationships. Therefore, organizations should take preventing measures to tackle this problem, as behaviour codes, prompt response to such behaviours from HR leaders.
Cuvinte cheie
mobbing, aggression, victims, behavior, organizational environment, stress, health problems.

Autori
Adina MIHAILESCU
Senior Researcher, The Research Institute for Quality of Life, Romanian Academy, e-mail: adina.mihailescu@yahoo.com
Cristina TOMESCU
Senior Researcher, The Research Institute for Quality of Life, Romanian Academy, e-mail: crisdobos@yahoo.com

Cum citez
Mihailescu, A., Tomescu, C. (2017). THEORETICAL APPROACHES REGARDING THE MOBBING PHENOMEN, Journal of Community Positive Practices, Nr. 2/2017, 74-81


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