Apr 17 2013

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Arizona: Anti-bullying policy OK'd in county gov't workplace

By Becky Pallack

If you work for Pima County government, yelling or name-calling on the job could get you fired under a new policy.

The Board of Supervisors unanimously approved a policy prohibiting workplace bullying Tuesday.

Workers may report bullies to a manager, and allegations will be investigated by the Human Resources Department, according to the new policy, which takes effect immediately. Violations lead to consequences up to dismissal.

Read the entire article on: Arizona Daily Star
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