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2018, vol. 35, iss. 10-12, pp. 103-115
The effects of mobbing on the working capability of employees
University of Business Academy in Novi Sad, Faculty of Law for Commerce and Judiciary
Keywords: mobbing; discrimination; health; stress psychological disorders
Mobbing represents humiliation, ridiculing, spying and psychological terror that happens at the work place. This behavioral pattern happens periodically and indicates how one person treats the other, in which one person is constantly mistreated and humiliated in an attempt to jeopardize his or her reputation, dignity and self-respect. The variety of mobbing indicate mobbing focused on how subordinate person treats superior person and the other way around which is actually more common in practice. Mobbing represents the disorderly patterns in interpersonal relationships at the work place, without justified reason or any meaning, has negative consequences on the subordinate person and his or her family, institution that he or she is a part of and wider community. Most often the victims of mobbing are the individuals who are very unique in their way of thinking and logic, they are the best and the most educated people, and usually they represent the threat and the competition to their colleagues. Most commonly they could be the individuals that face retirement, but sometimes even the most ambitious young people or people with different sexual orientation. Aside from the mere causes of mobbing, the most important question is the consequences mobbing has on an individual. Most commonly these consequences are disruptions in the behaviour and mood, but even more often somatic symptoms when the individuals feel lost in time and space, have numerous psychological disorders that reflects on many examples in practice. We think that the effects or mobbing are permanent and incomprehensible. Physical abuse is the easiest to detect and prove, but there is also a 'silent' mobbing, the one that humiliates the dignity of employees and destroys their psyche. That example of mobbing is hardest to detect even though it's consequences are incomprehensible.
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article language: Serbian
document type: unclassified
DOI: 10.5937/ptp1812103B
published in SCIndeks: 14/03/2019