Mobbing can basically be defined as group bullying. This where more than one person act together to treat one person in a manner that involves:
Mobbing is a somewhat new term that has arisen in connection with anti-bullying campaigns. Many employers, school administrators, parents, coaches, and other persons are helping to raise awareness about the negative effects of mobbing.
Some examples of mobbing include:
Mobbing can have various effects including:
In many cases, school administrators or work management can help dispel a mobbing situation. However, in cases where actual injury or losses have occurred, a legal claim may be necessary. The victim may be able to file for legal damages to cover losses such as medical fees or hospital therapy. Chances for recovery are greatly increased if the victim has manifested physical symptoms or emotional distress symptoms.
Mobbing can often involve seriously damaging and harmful conduct. You may wish to hire a lawyer if you need help filing a legal claim or lawsuit for a mobbing incident. Your attorney can provide you with legal advice and can inform you of your rights in your situation. Also, if you need to attend a meeting through the court system, your lawyer can be on hand to represent and advice you throughout the process.
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