In a Nutshell: Issue 101  


Bystanders have a significant role to play in identifying, reporting and preventing workplace bullying. How can the people profession ensure employees feel comfortable enough to use their voice and speak up if they witness such behaviour?

Reviewed by:

Jake Young, Research Associate

Jake joined the CIPD in 2018, having completed a master’s degree in Social Science Research Methods at the University of Nottingham. He also holds an undergraduate degree in Criminology and Sociology.

Jake’s research interests concern aspects of Diversity and Inclusion, such as inequality, gender and identity in the workplace. Jake is currently involved in the creation of a research project examining the effectiveness of organisational recruitment programmes and their relationship with workplace performance.

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