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WORKPLACE BULLIES

PRESENTED BY :
ANURAG MISHRA (14202256)
GAZAL (14202255)
TAMANNA (14202010)
HARISH (14202260)

Motivation results from the interaction of both conscious


and unconscious factors such as the :

Intensity of desire or need


Incentive or reward value of the goal, and
Expectations of the individual and of his or her peers.
Motivation is a force that derives our action. It is the
willingness of an individual to respond to organizational
requirements.

WORKPLACE BULLYING
Workplace bullying is the tendency of individuals or groups to use
persistent aggressive or unreasonable behaviour against a co-worker or
subordinate.

INSIGHT OF THE CASE

MOTIVATION THEORIES
Hierarchy of needs theory
Theory X and Theory Y
Two factor theory
Self efficacy theory

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MASLOWS HIERARCHY OF NEEDS

Self
Actualization
Esteem needs
Social Needs
Safety Needs

Physiological Needs

IMPLICATIONS OF MASLOWS
THEORY IN WORKPLACE

Not every one is motivated in


the same way

Motivation and need


satisfaction are
anticipatory in nature.

Managers must seek to guide


and direct employee behaviour
to meet organisational
needs and individual needs
simultaneously.

McGregor's THEORY X THEORY Y


THEORY X

THEORY Y

They dislike their work.

They like their work.

Avoid Responsibility

Seek responsibility

Lack of Ambition.

Capable of making decisions

Coerced to Perform.

Self-direction and self control.

HERZBERGS TWO FACTOR THEORY

SELF-EFFICACY THEORY

CORRELATIVE OB MOTIVATION
THEORIES WITH WORKPLACE
BULLIES

WORKPLACE BULLYING DEMONSTRATES A LACK


OF WHICH ONE OF THE THREE TYPES OF
ORGANIZATIONAL JUSTICE ?
The three types of organizational justice are:

Distributive justice concentrates on results and outcomes that are fair for everyone.
Procedural justice concentrates on the methods and procedures that should be fair for everyone.
Interactional justice looks at the way people interact with each other in a way that is fair for
everyone.
Workplace bullying demonstrates a lack of Interactional Justice among the three types of
organizational justice. Bullying employees means, treating them without dignity, concern and
respect.
In this case, Madhu was not treated with dignity and respect.

WHAT ASPECTS OF MOTIVATION MIGHT WORKPLACE


BULLYING REDUCE? FOR EXAMPLE, ARE THERE
LIKELY TO BE EFFECTS ON AN EMPLOYEES SELFEFFICACY? IF SO WHAT MIGHT THOSE EFFECTS BE?

Depending on what specific.


pe of bullying it is, one may not feel like
Speaking up, sharing ideas etc.
The quality and quantity of the work may reduce
Workplace bullies may affect the self esteem, safety,
security and self actualization of an employee.

It reduces need for achievement, need for power, and


need for affiliation.

WHAT FACTORS DO YOU BELIEVE CONTRIBUTE TO


WORKPLACE BULLYING? ARE BULLIES A PRODUCT OF THE
SITUATION, OR DO THEY HAVE FLAWED PERSONALITIES?
WHAT SITUATIONS AND WHAT PERSONALITY FACTORS
MIGHT CONTRIBUTE TO THE PRESENCE OF BULLIES?
Factors contributing to workplace bullying
Using power over someone who is weaker
To boost bullys self satisfaction.
A person who seems to be different, is made a target.
People may get bullied because they are seen as a threat.
Attitude in workplace is such that , bullying seems to be
normal behaviour.

IF YOU WERE A VICTIM OF WORKPLACE BULLYING, WHAT STEPS


WOULD YOU TAKE TO TRY TO REDUCE ITS OCCURRENCE? WHAT
STRATEGIES WOULD BE MOST EFFECTIVE? LEAST EFFECTIVE?
WHAT WOULD YOU DO IF ONE OF YOUR COLLEAGUES WERE A
VICTIM?

Some of factors are culture of the organization , Lack of job satisfaction and sometimes
the silence of the scared victim provoke these behaviours.

Open communication

Maintain pleasant working environment

Avoid getting into internal politics


Conscious about workplace climate
Treat employees with equal respects
Ignore the bully
Employee engagement
Avoid comparison and unhealthy
discussions
Inculcate emotional intelligence and self-driven qualities among employees

SIGNS OF WORKPLACE BULLIES


Here are some examples of workplace bullying:

Excluding or isolating someone socially.


Staring, dirty looks or other negative eye contact
Giving others the silent treatment
Being made to do humiliating things in order to be part of a team or group
Removing responsibilities without cause.
Constantly changing work guidelines or shifting the goalposts as its called in Australia
Blaming someone for breakages or mistakes they didnt do
Intentionally changing rosters to inconvenience someone
Setting impossible deadlines, thereby setting a person up to fail
Verbally abusing, or making fun of you or your work (including your family, sex, sexuality, race or culture,
education or economic background, clothing, accent)

Creating a feeling of uselessness by not assigning enough work

RELATED EXAMPLES

CONCLUSION

Bullying is not an individual problem in the workplace; it is an


organizational problem.

Workplace bullying has been identified as one of the major contemporary


challenges for occupational health and safety which linked to other
emerging risks such as work-related stress and violence.

The organizational needs to find solve these problem for example to put
roles in the company and Create a fair work environment ,the employees
needs to train their employees.

It is up to the organization to check these bullies.

THANK YOU