Category Archives: Workplace Bullying

Calling all Nurses!  Would You Complete a Quick Survey re: The Impact of Workplace Violence & Emotional Exhaustion on the Profession?

Meet John Good, a doctoral candidate in business administration at The University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. I want to understand these impacts to propose effective treatments that diminish the occurrence of workplace violence and emotional exhaustion within the nurse profession. Please help … Continue reading

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Mandatory Overtime, Nurse Fatigue, & Medical Errors-Ohio Nurses Fight Back!

Can an employer threaten or intimidate you for refusing overtime?  On paper that should absolutely not be the case, however, nurses in Ohio are living out the opposite. According to Ohio Nurses Association (ONA), nurses are routinely threatened by their … Continue reading

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Calling on RNs! Will You Complete Quick Survey re: Workplace Environment, Diversity, & Retention?

Meet Mark Clardy, a doctoral candidate in Human Resource Development at The University of Texas at Tyler. His dissertation research is focused around the workplace environment, diversity, and retention of registered nurses. I want to see if having an affirming … Continue reading

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