Journal / Book Title
Library & Leadership Management
Workplace bullying is a problem in many work environments and can take different forms, including spreading gossip, criticism of work, unreasonable workloads, and being excluded. It can cause physical, psychological, and emotional stress, manifesting as depression, anxiety, self-esteem issues, exhaustion, feelings of rage/despair, and in some cases, post-traumatic stress disorder or suicide. Little is known, however, about the prevalence of bullying amongst library workers in academic libraries. This comprehensive state-wide study provides a replicable model to explore workplace bullying in a systematic manner amongst all academic library workers, not just librarians.
MSU Digital Commons Citation
Baird, Catherine; Hebert, Andrea; and Savage, Justin, "Louisiana Academic Library Workers and Workplace Bullying" (2023). Sprague Library Scholarship and Creative Works. 71.
Baird, C., Hebert, A., & Savage, J. (2023). Louisiana Academic Library Workers and Workplace Bullying. Library Leadership & Management, 37(1). Retrieved from https://llm-ojs-tamu.tdl.org/llm/article/view/7553
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