Bullying in the workplace: Final Report
California. Grand Jury (Ventura County)
Ventura County Grand Jury
Title from PDF title screen (viewed on June 27, 2011).; "Ventura County Grand Jury 2010-2011, final report."; "May 24, 2011."; Harvested from http://portal.countyofventura.org/portal/page/portal/Grand_Jury/Reports/TAB2010-11/Bullying_in_the_Workplace_Final_Report.pdf on June 27, 2011.
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Abstract: "As a result of a public complaint, the 2010-2011 Ventura County Grand Jury (Grand Jury) initiated an investigation into bullying within the workplace. ... The Grand Jury found that bullying is occurring in County government and that the County has no anti-bullying policy. Employees have escaped from bullying by leaving their County positions. These employees did not file complaints of bullying because they perceived they could not get a fair and impartial investigation into their complaints. They felt their situation would worsen if their identities became known. The Grand Jury recommends that the Ventura County Board of Supervisors (BOS) issue a policy against bullying and collect data to identify the existence and extent of bullying in branches of County government. The CEO-HR should establish an independent process to report cases of bullying. This process should include a separate bullying hotline staffed by non-County personnel for documenting\n complaints. Investigations into bullying complaints should be coordinated by the CEO-HR. This should include direct oversight of all investigators and enforcement of restrictions that preclude investigators from handling complaints within their own departments."--Summary, p. 1.
Bullying in the workplace--California--Ventura County
Conflict management--California--Ventura County
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