Are You Being Bullied?

b012f13c2d16b79392a9fe9e63dc9703-huge-en
It’s day 7 of the #EndNurseAbuse challenge.

If someone is bullying you, or making your work life difficult, speak up! If you feel prepared and well equipped, discuss your concerns with the person one-on-one (but in a safe, private place, free from interruptions).

Stay calm, explain how you feel, and make a request for how you wish to be addressed. Raising the issue may help the person understand there’s an issue. If the uncivil behavior or bullying doesn’t stop, enlist support from your supervisor to address the situation.  

Print out this respectful conversations pocket card from the PACERS Civility Toolkit to help you guide the conversation. Let us know if you find it helpful and share your experiences with us here or let us know in our discussion, in our Facebook group or reply to us on twitter.


Find this helpful? Use the social media links on the bottom or left side of your page to share it. 

c987219becfc64baa8a999f8eee281c1-huge-an

Posted by Healthy Nurse, Healthy Nation (HNHN) on Dec 15, 2020 4:23 PM America/Chicago

Blog Post Comments

Log in to post a comment.

Join Now - It's Free!

Join now to get immediate access to:
  • Health surveys with customized results and recommendations
  • Fun and engaging monthly health challenges
  • Giveaways, discounts and chances to win health-oriented gifts
  • An online community to connect you to others with similar goals – share stories, gain best practices

Log In or Join Now

Share: