A qualitative disaggregation of faculty perceptions of workplace bullying initiatives: an intensive case study of a Canadian university
Salins, Faye N.
University of Lethbridge. Dhillon School of Business
Lethbridge, Alta. : Dhillon School of Business
Numerous universities around the world have policies and procedures in place to deal with workplace bullying. However, the effectiveness of these HR interventions often depends on the perceptions of the university employees (Chang, 2005). This thesis attempts to disaggregate the different factors that lead to the creation of employee perceptions in the faculty sub-set, with regards to their organization’s workplace bullying policies and interventions. This study is conducted using exploratory qualitative interviews of faculty at a mid-sized Canadian university and is analyzed using thematic coding analysis.
workplace bullying , Canadian universities , workplace bullying policy , faculty perceptions , Bullying in the workplace--Research--Canada , Bullying in universities and colleges--Research--Canada , Universities and colleges--Faculty--Attitudes , Work environment , Interprofessional relations