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Mobbing and harassment in the steel enterprises

J. Vveinhardt ; Lithuanian Sports University, Lithuania
W. Sroka ; University of Dąbrowa Górnicza, Poland

Puni tekst: engleski pdf 129 Kb

str. 275-278

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Mobbing and harassment are widely analysed in organizations providing various services but are little studied in the companies undertaking industrial activities. Therefore, the aim of the paper is to diagnose the prevalence of mobbing and harassment in the steel enterprises. The case study analysis of the largest steel producer in the world, and specifically its division in Poland was used to determine the prevalence of these phenomena. It was found out that the said company is the example of the ethically and socially responsible organization. However, the interviews indicate that single cases of mobbing and harassment activities (though relatively rare) were also observed. They were distributed among three groups of employees: 1) those who do physical work (are directly engaged in the production process); 2) employees involved in the administrative activity and sales; and 3) managerial staff.

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steel enterprises, employees, mobbing, harassment, production activities

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