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Psychiatrist Marie-France Hirigoyen: The intent is to systematically destabilize and confuse victims with irrational threatening behavior - (news flash)

- Often, emotional abuse builds over a long period of time until it becomes so unbearable that victims lash out in frustration and anger, only to appear unstable and aggressive themselves.

- This, according to Hirigoyen, is the intent of many abusers: to systematically "destabilize" and confuse their victims (with irrational, threatening behavior that preys on the victim's fears and self-doubts), to isolate and control them and ultimately to destroy their identity. - psychiatrist Marie-France Hirigoyen, author of Le harcèlement moral

Terry Tate Office Linebacker office humor - YouTube (video)

Terry Tate Office Linebacker tackles employees at the office

stress and stess management: laughter and humor

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Work: When Personalities Clash

One thing we all bring to the job is the self, making conflict inevitable. Seize it as a sign to look inward.

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Paying Employees to Live Healthier

Some companies pay their employees to start living healthier.

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Do Yoga at Work - ABCNews (video link)

These four Dahn yoga exercises will help you to relieve stress.

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Making a Difference at Work

When workers know their work makes a difference, productivity rises and so does job satisfaction.

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Why Monitoring Employees Backfires

Focuses on the results of a research published in the journal 'Computers in Human Behavior,' on the effects of employee monitoring on productivity levels. Negative effects; Applications of the research findings.

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The Price of Depression

Depression affects productivitiy at work, costing Americans billions of dollars.

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Work: When Personalities Clash

One thing we all bring to the job is the self, making conflict inevitable. Seize it as a sign to look inward.

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Bad Boss, Sick Employees

Getting sick a lot? Your boss may be to blame. Studies about bullying and psychological violence in corporate culture have proven that the phenomenon exists.

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Cubicle Wars

Presents an overview of a study on bullying in the workplace. Impact of bullying on the economy; Ways to prevent bullying in the workplace.

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The Destructive Power of Burnout is Shocking; higher risk of myocardial infarction, stroke, coronary-bypass surgery, coronary atherosclerosis, and cardiac death - (news flash)

The destructive power of burnout is shocking...Samuel Melamed, an epidemiologist at the Sackler School of Medicine at Tel Aviv University in Israel, only recently has it been recognized as a risk to the heart...people who are burned out have a two- to-threefold higher risk of heart problems, including recurrent myocardial infarction, stroke, coronary-bypass surgery, increase of coronary atherosclerosis, and cardiac death.

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