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A recent survey has found that 60% of UK workers have been bullied by their boss, and three in ten (30%) workers claim that they are currently experiencing bullying at the office.

EU aid to redundant workers would continue in 2014-2020, and could also go to additional categories of workers, such as the self-employed (including farmers) and those on temporary contracts, under legislative amendments voted by the Employment and Social Affairs Committee.

Cyberbullying – using modern communications technology such as e-mails, texts or web-postings to abuse people - is as common in the workplace as ‘conventional’ bullying. Yet, the way cyberbullying influences both the victim and witnesses are more hidden in the workplace according to new research by occupational psychologists.

A recent poll by YouGov has found that 63% of British people don't support the Government's proposal for owner-employee schemes.

Aviva’s annual Health of the Workplace report has revealed that companies are already starting to see a change in their workforce demographics, prompting fears that ageing workforce health issues will affect their company.

As legislation is passed in some US states to prevent employers asking for people’s passwords, a recent UK survey has shown that people in the UK are not willing to give potential employers their Facebook passwords.

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