Female to Female Hostility @Workplace: All you Need to Know

This is from the TrainHR blog and it’s very insightful into woman on woman hostility in the workplace. As stated, women are much more covert in their bullying attacks than men. Women also tend to bully other women.

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Is it true that women are more hostile to each other at the workplace than with men? Can it be said that the incidence of women bullying and harassing other women more than men at the workplace is high? As in every other aspect of life, do men and women think differently when it comes to the approach towards bullying?

These interesting topics and more will be dealt with at in great depth at a webinar that is being organized by TrainHR, a leading provider of professional training for all the areas of human resources, on January 24.

The expert at this webinar is Susan Strauss, a national and international speaker, trainer, consultant and a recognized expert on workplace and school harassment and bullying. She will offer valuable insights into the very pertinent topic of bullying of female employees by other female employees.

Please visit TrainHR to enroll for this…

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4 thoughts on “Female to Female Hostility @Workplace: All you Need to Know

  1. I hate to say it but I think this is an area where women are much worse. As you know, women can be very catty with one another. I think men tend to be sillier and sometimes cross the line with one another but are not as vicious at this as women generally speaking.

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    • You’re right. It’s because women are sneakier with it and tend to.fly under the radar. Also, most women think they’re in competition with other women and they get jealous any time they see another woman who’s successful and doing better than THEM. So they go after the poor woman, target her and try their damnedest to bring her down. It’s really sad. Instead of being happy for the woman. They seek to punish and destroy her for daring to reach success in anything. It’s a crying shame!

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