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bully

A person who uses physical or psychological means or force to get his or her way, esp. by intimidating or hurting others who may be smaller or weaker.
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In January 2008, Yukon passed the Safe and Caring Schools Policy, in which bullying in defined and clarification is provided around roles and responsibilities, standards and policies.
A 2010 Productivity Commission report estimated that the annual cost of workplace bullying, to employers and the economy, ranged from $6 billion to as much as $36 billion.
Elena said bullying can be related to trait anger, trait anxiety, family disputes and expectations to name a few.
NOT ONLY does workplace bullying affect people physically and mentally, it can disrupt workplaces and reduce productivity.
Children who reported becoming victims of prolonged bullying experienced difficulties in performing essential activities like walking or running and participating in sports.
Staff working with youths in urban middle schools were much more likely to report bullying as a frequent problem than those in other schooling venues, according to the report.
Bullying is not something all or most children do, so what is it that makes some children do it?
According to the bullying information website Bullying Statistics (2013), recent data indicates that "bullying is on the rise among young adults, teens, and children," likely due in large part to the ever-growing popularity of cyberbullying.
Bully Zero Australia Foundation Chief Executive Officer Oscar Yildiz said in addition to running the bullying hotline, his organisation worked closely with schools.
They undertook a longitudinal observational study that examined the relationship between bullying at 13 years and depression at 18 years.
Bullying is not just found in the playground BULLYING is something we often associate with school children.