By Jonathan Davies
More than a third of British workers say they have been bullied at work, according to a UK law firm.
Solicitors Slater & Gordon found that 37% of the 2,000 workers surveyed have experienced bullying in the workplace. A further 21% said they had witnessed bullying at work.
The TUC union said that managers need to crackdown on bullying in the office, explaining
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that affected colleagues are more likely to take time off and be less productive when they are at work.
A third of those who feel they have been bullied at work said they did nothing about it. They said they feared for their jobs or career prospects.
"Every organisation needs to have an anti-bullying policy, and every manager should ensure that there is zero tolerance of bullying either by line managers or workmates," said TUC general secretary Frances O'Grady.
Earlier this week, Amazon boss Jeff Bezos was forced to defend the company's working culture after a New York Times article described the online retailer as a "bruising workplace", claiming that many staff cry at their desks.