According to the Workplace Bullying Institute, 30 percent of employees have direct experience being bullied. One would think that working remotely would help with the bullying epidemic, but the same study showed that 43 percent of employees are still being bullied. Overall, this affects a whopping 48.6 million Americans who are being bullied at work. Quartz offers ways to identify subtle bullying — and address it.
“Do you have any questions for me?” is asked at the end of every interview. But what is the best way to answer this question — one that avoids the inevitable fallback, “What is your company culture like?” WorkLife has the answer — or rather, the questions.
The quiet, controlled environment of home offices has conditioned us to work in silence, free from the constant hum of office chatter, ringing phones, and clattering keyboards. This shift, according to Fast Company, has made us more susceptible to distractions when we return to the traditional office environment.
Experts share with HuffPost the tipping point at which it’s no longer worth it to keep returning for yet another interview, and when it’s actually a bad sign about the company. Hint: Employers that do more than five rounds usually don’t know what they want — and that’s a big red flag.
November 1, 2023
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