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mobbing

in Scots criminal law, the crime that is committed when people gather together intent on a common purpose that is to be effected illegally, which causes alarm to the public or part of it. A series of unconnected and fortuitous events does not evince a common purpose. Simple presence in the mob can be enough for guilt.
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Mobbing, as a particular form of discrimination in the workplace, is widely expressed in all workplaces in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Studies demonstrate that the health and well being of the victims who are exposed to mobbing at the workplace is affected adversely.
Only the results of the research of those who have experienced mobbing and single cases of harassment are analysed.
Richard Schwindt, a social worker in Kingston, Ontario, who wrote Emotional Recovery From Workplace Mobbing. The book was first published in 2013 and its subject matter remains pertinent.
Na Europa cerca de 8,1% da populacao ativa e vitima de mobbing (3), pelo que constitui um problema grave para a gestao das organizacoes devido as suas consequencias, que alguns autores caraterizam como devastadoras a nivel individual, organizacional, social e financeiro (4-6).
While there is no clear definition under the law, the court's decisions made several definitions of mobbing defining its different faces different characters.
When hostile or violent behaviors of psychological nature become systematic and persistent acts, they can become mobbing (Eberle et al., 2010; Monteiro & Machado, 2010).
Following the start of the implementation of the Law on Mental, Physical and Sexual Harassment or the so-called Law on Mobbing, the Federation of Trade Unions of Macedonia (SSM) appealed all workers who are victims of any type of harassment to report it and get the protection the Law offers them.
"The biggest problem thus far has been the fact that there was only one article about mobbing in the law on employment relations.
"Anyone approached by a sales assistant was advised to say that the gatherers lived together in a warehouse on the outskirts of New York, that they were shopping for a 'love rug' and that they made all their purchase decisions as a group.'' This is more socially aware installation art, situation theatre, than the joyous song and dance into which flash mobbing has now evolved.
Scientists at the University of Zurich in Switzerland now think this behavior, called mobbing, may also be an important learning tool for meerkat pups.