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Workplace bullying; what we know, who is to blame and what can we do?

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Workplace bullying; what we know, who is to blame and what can we do? / Rayner, Charlotte; Cooper, C.; Hoel, H.

London : Taylor & Francis, 2002. 208 p.

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Rayner C, Cooper C, Hoel H. Workplace bullying; what we know, who is to blame and what can we do? London: Taylor & Francis, 2002. 208 p.

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Rayner, Charlotte ; Cooper, C. ; Hoel, H. / Workplace bullying; what we know, who is to blame and what can we do?. London : Taylor & Francis, 2002. 208 p.

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