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Mieux comprendre le harcèlement au travail dans un monde en mutation

Better understanding bullying at work in a constantly changing world

XIe congrès international sur le harcèlement au travail (Bullying 2018)

Bullying 2018, 11th international conference

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Publié le jeudi 01 mars 2018 par João Fernandes

Résumé

Depuis les premières études sur le harcèlement, toutes les recherches ont pointé la gravité de cette violence et ses conséquences désastreuses tant sur la santé et l’identité des salariés ciblés que sur la bonne marche des organisations, cependant le harcèlement se perpétue même dans les pays qui ont des lois spécifiques. Si les dirigeants commencent à prendre des mesures pour lutter contre le stress au travail, ils ne savent pas bien repérer le harcèlement qu’ils jugent trop subjectif. Mais la situation s’est complexifiée. Même si le harcèlement moral est une problématique interpersonnelle, elle dépend également à la culture organisationnelle et au climat de travail.

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Argumentaire

Les nouveaux modes d’organisations du travail centrés sur la performance financière ainsi que les mutations de la société, ont fragilisé les salariés qui peuvent se sentir « harcelés ». Or nous rencontrons des cas où les méthodes de gestion elles-mêmes viennent à bafouer le respect qui est dû à chaque salarié et à dégrader leur santé, réalisant ainsi du harcèlement « managérial ». Cela nous amène à réinterroger les limites entre le harcèlement moral stricto sensu et un management harcelant. Même si le harcèlement est un risque parmi d'autres souffrances au travail, la nature particulière du harcèlement le différencie d'autres risques psychosociaux.

Le 11ème Congrès de l'International Association for Workplace Bullying and Harassment (IAWBH) se propose d'explorer la complexité du phénomène de harcèlement moral en prenant en compte la transformation du travail (nouvelles formes de travail, nouvelles organisations, nouvel environnement) et les mutations de la société moderne.

Soyez les bienvenus au 11ème Congrès de l’IAWBH à Bordeaux, ville incontournable à 2 heures de Paris avec le TGV. Déjà connu pour son art de vivre et sa gastronomie, Bordeaux est entouré par la région viticole la plus célèbre du monde et vient d’ouvrir un grand musée du vin, la « Cité du Vin ». Bordeaux est aussi connu pour son patrimoine architectural exceptionnel. C’est une métropole dynamique attirant près de 80 000 étudiants et des chercheurs de tous les pays. Si vous le souhaitez, les activités additionnelles proposées vous permettront de découvrir ce riche patrimoine.

Programme

Wednesday 6th June Morning

8:00-8:45 Registrations

8:45-9:45 Welcome and opening address (Plenary auditorium)

9:45-10:00 Tea/Coffee Break

10:00-10:45 Keynote 1 – Anne-Marie Laflamme (Plenary auditorium) Legal Approaches to Psychological Harassment at Work: Reflection on a Multidimensional Problem

10:45-11:45

Stream 1 Prevention and Intervention

  1. Workplace Bullying: “The Elephant in the Environment” Mcleay Maree, Social Workers Registration Board, New Zealand
  2. Identifying bullying behaviours or promoting wellbeing and good behaviour: the example of the Methodist Church in the UK. Lee Anne, University of Oxford, UK
  3. Ensuring culturally safe workforces and workplaces for First Nations people Hammond Sabine, Australian Catholic University, Australia

Stream 2 Legislation and compensation

  1. Harassment, moral harassment and sexual harassment: the legal concept of harassment in the workplace under the portuguese labor code, Vieira Borges Isabel, University of Lisbon, Portugal
  2. Statutory Regulation of Workplace Bullying in China, Li Manjui, Southwest University of Political Science and Law
  3. Bullying of workers with disabilities: exploring regulatory factors that may lead to targeting of the disabled, Lippel Katherine, University of Ottawa, Canada

Stream 3 Work environment

  1. The importance of the work environment for Workplace Ill Treatment Hodgins Margaret, Hogan Victoria, National University of Ireland Galway, Ireland, Pursell Lisa, Mannix-Mcnamara Patricia, Maccurtain Sarah, University of Limerick, Lewis Duncan, Plymouth University, UK
  2. Bullying in the work environment: the coherence (or not) of speech and practice, Rodrigues Míriam, Brito André, Freitas Vinicius, Dagostini Sofia, Vieira Catherine, Mackenzie Presbyterian University, Brazil
  3. Is the changing landscape of Australian academia creating fertile grounds for workplace bullying? Maryam Omari, Pooley Julie Ann, Brown Kerry, Edith Cowan University, Australia

Stream 4 Invited symposium 1

(75 minutes =>10:45-12:00)

Chaired by Annie Høgh, Unviersityof Copenhagen, Denmark

Exploring the group dynamics involved in bullying at work

  • Workplace Culture: a fundamental and overlooked predictor of workplace bullying Mille Mortensen, University of Copenhagen
  • A case study of the dynamics involved in the development and management of bullying in a minimum-security prison Eva Gemzøe Mikkelsen, Aalborg University, Denmark
  • Whistleblowing and workplace bullying: The role of leaders, as seen from psychology and law Brita Bjørkelo & Birthe Eriksen, Norwegian Police University College & Guide Advokat AS, Denmark

11:45-12:45       

Stream 1 Prevention and Intervention

  1. Learning from interventions: features of workplace bullying interventions and mediations, Caponecchia Carlo, University of South Wales, Australia
  2. From Abrasive to Impressive: Executive coaching as an intervention with abrasive leaders Harrison Lynn, Saybrook University, USA
  3. Reflections of the Basque Observatory on bullying with regard to the use of procedures to approach conducts of bullying and harassment at work Manuel Velazquez, Basque Observatory on Bullying and Discrimination, Spain

Stream 2 Legislation and compensation

  1. Twenty years of regulating workplace bullying in Australia Barron Oonagh, Consultant, Australia
  2. Moral harassment in the workplace as a new form of labour exploitation: a perspective from the Spanish law Arrieta Idiakez Francisco Javier, University of Deusto, Spain
  3. Workplace bullying in South Korea: Focusing on ruling decisions of the courts and the labor relations committees Park Sookyung, Lee John, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, South Korea    

Stream 3 Work environment

  1. Not Bullying but Abrasive Management: Supreme Court Awards AUD $625,000 Webster Penelope, Police Registration and Services Board, Victoria, Australia
  2. Prevalence, forms of manifestation and facilitating factors of workplace violence, and their effects on mental health in salaried population in Chile, addressing social and gender inequalities Ansoleaga Elisa, Universidad Diego de Portales, Chile
  3. The not-so-silent masses: The role of moral disengagement in explaining bystander behaviour in workplace bullying Hoel Helge, Niven Karen, University of Manchester, UK

Wednesday 6th June Afternoon

14:15-15:15

Stream 1 Legislation and compensation

  1. Psychological harassment at work. Crossed views from the therapist and the legislator Stephane Michel, Philippe Saielli, Senior Lecturer University of Valenciennes et du Hainaut, France
  2. Psychological harassment, legal recourse, organizational policies, reporting, sexual harassment Cox Rachel, UQAM, Canada
  3. The regulation of harassment in collective agreements Djamil Tony Kahale Carrillo, Distance University of Madrid, Spain

Stream 2 Identifying and measuring

  1. The linguistics of workplace bullying. Issues for a pragmatics-base theory of criminal genre Victoria Guillén-Nieto, University of Alicante, Spain, Dieter Stein Heinrich-Heine University of Düsseldorf, Germany
  2. Social and juridical construction of mobbing, bullying and moral harassment, a comparison between three countries (Great Britain, Sweden and France) Marc Loriol, IDHES Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, France
  3. Application of Latent Class Analysis to Measure Workplace Bullying in Russian Federation Visockaite Gintare, University of Surrey, UK, Andreas Liefooghe, University of London, UK, Andrey Lovakov, National Research University, Russia

Stream 3 Risk Factors

  1. Bullying in Public Hospital Bernard Granger, Paris Descartes University, France
  2. Happy and Successful? Potential Target of Envy and Workplace Bullying Günerergin Mert, Güneri çangarl Burcu, Izmir University of Economics, Turkey*
  3. Exposure to negative acts at work and self-labelling as a victim of workplace bullying: The moderating role of previous victimization experiences Hoprekstad øystein Løvik, Hetland Jørn, Einarsen Ståle, University of Bergen, Norway*

Stream 5 Workshop 1

Driven by Althea Gamble Blakey Creating a Positive Learning Environment (CAPLE): determining optimal methods for participant engagement in a clinical student bullying prevention program

15:15-16:15

Stream 2 Sexual harassment, gender issues and discrimination

  1. Morocco's legal framework relevant to harassment against women, Tajini Fatima, University of Ottawa, Canada
  2. Third-party reactions to sexual misconduct in the Canadian Armed Forces Manon Leblanc, Department of National Defence, Canada
  3. Prevention and fight against the harassment at the university: an approach from the Spanish perspective Villalba Sánchez Alicia, - Universidad de Santiago de Compostela, Spain *

Stream 2 Identifying and measuring

  1. A new evidence-based risk assessment tool for bullying at work Michelle Tukey, university of South Australia
  2. Improving the regulation of workplace bullying via risk assessment: A new evidence-based tool Annabelle Neall and Michelle Tuckey, University of South Australia Yiqiong Li, University of Queensland
  3. Forcing: An unchartered form of workplace abuse Bozionelos Nikos, EM LYON Business School, France

Stream 4 Work environment

  1. Australian Workplace Humour and Workplace Bullying, Djurkovic Nikola, Swinburne University of Technology, Mccormack Darcy, University of Melbourne, Australia, Hoel Helge, Univeristy of Manchester, Salin Denise, Hanken School of Economics, Finland
  2. The phenomenon of Ostracism in workplace bullying and it´s motive within Human Service Organizations in Sweden Matsson Anneli, Malmø University, Sweden
  3. Managing Workplace Bullying in Multicultural Contexts: The impact of Social Identity and Social Categorization Baghestani Mahshid, Thirlwall Alison, University of Wollongong in Dubai, Dubai

16:15-16:45  Tea/Coffee Break

Posters sessions

16:45-17:45

Stream 1. Prevention and Intervention

  1. Acts of workplace violence against paramedic students. Why don’t they report it? Boyle Malcolm, Wallis Jaime, Griffith University, Australia
  2. Too hard basket: Relegating Employee Assistance Programs to managing Workplace Bullying and Harassment in Australia Lockhart Pamela, Bhanugopan Ramudu, Charles Sturt University, Australia*
  3. Over Policied and Under Protected: the problematics of policy in workplace bullying Mannix-Mcnamara Patricia, Hodgins Margaret, University of Limerick, National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland, Hogan Victoria, Plymouth University, UK

Stream 2 Work Environment

  1. Harassment, Surveillance and Resistance in the NHS; A Foucauldian Analysis Leaver Nancy, Manchester University, UK
  2. Changing the work environment to support bullied men Macintosh Judith, University of New Brunswick, Canada
  3. Simulation analysis for Leadership Ostracism's Ripple Effect based on System Dynamics: The Role of Competition and Organizational Politics Zhao Mengchu, University of Bergen, Norway, Chen Zhixia, Huazhong University of Science & Technology, China

Stream 3 Identifying and measuring

  1. Becoming and being bullied: A sensemaking perspective Spencer Leighann, University of Liverpool
  2. Hümappy, fo a better quality of life in the workplace Martin Shawin, Luc Chalifoux, Les Consultants Humà Experts² Inc., Canada
  3. Job demands and New Public Management: A case of bullying and harassment in a UK Ambulance Service Teo Stefen, Edith Cowan University, Australia

16:45-17:25

Stream 4 Sexual harassment, gender issues and discrimination

  1. Basic Bullying with a Racist Slant? Discourses of Workplace Bullying in the United States’ Nursing Profession Johnson Susan, University of Washington
  2. The Results of a Mixed Study on Cultural and Identity Dimensions of Gender-based Aggression in Skilled Trades Occupations Cloutier Geneviève, Université de Montréal, Canada*

17:45-18:45

Stream 1 Prevention and Intervention

  1. Management competencies for managing and preventing workplace bullying Blackwood Kate, D'souza Natalia, Bentley Tim Catley Bevan, Kingston University, Massey University, New Zealand, Yarker Joanna Kingston University, UK*
  2. Strategies of Newly Licensed Nurses to Prevent and Mitigate Workplace Bullying Gillespie Gordon, Galloway Emily, University of Cincinnati, Grubb Paula, CDC, USA*
  3. Can Workplace Bullying Hamper an Effective Leadership Process? Evidence from Ethical leadership and Job-related Affective Well-being Relationship Ahmad Saima, Linköping University, Sweden*

Stream 4 Work environment

  1. Cultural Health and Bullying: Developing and Maintaining Well-Being and Engagement Baldini Alexina, Baldini Nerio, Enable Workplace Consulting, Australia
  2. The effects of work factors on bullying: Evidence from France Bouville Grégor, Campoy Eric, University of Paris-Dauphine, France
  3. Demi-Gods and Spinning tops': Workplace Bullying and Power Culture Hodgins Margaret, Hogan Victoria, National University of Ireland Galway, Ireland, Pursell Lisa, Mannix-Mcnamara Patricia, Maccurtain Sarah, University of Limerick, Lewis Duncan, Plymouth University, UK

Stream 3 Identifying and measuring

  1. The effect of supervisor Dark Triad and compassion on employee reports of abusive supervision Burton James, Barber Larissa, De Bruin Rushika, Northern Illinois University, USA
  2. Assessment of Workplace Bullying: Reliability and Validity of an Arabic Version of the Negative Acts Questionnaire-Revised Makarem Nisrine, American University of Beirut, Libanon
  3. Cultural influences of Bullying in Nigerian Workplaces Mawdsley Hazel, Mawdsley Hazel, University of South Wales, UK, Thirlwall Alison, University of Wollongong Dubai, Dubai

19:00-20:00 Welcoming Cocktail at Bordeaux City Hall

20:00 SIG Dinners for SIG members

Thursday 7th June Morning

8:00-8:45 Registrations

8:45-9:45

Stream 1 Legislation and compensation

  1. Warning Signs: The Murder of Lori Dupont and Connecting Harassment and Violence for Occupational Health and Safety Jessup Sarah, Trent University, Canada
  2. The codes of good conduct for preventing and combating workplace harassment (under Portuguese labor code: the recent law n. 73/2017, 17th august) Vieira Borges Isabel, University of Lisbon, Portugal
  3. Australia’s Anti-bullying jurisdiction - 4 years on Peter Hampton, Fair Work Commission, Australia*

Stream 2 Health effects and rehabilitation

  1. Psychological support for workplace bullying victims Urdih Lazar Tanja, University Medical Centre Ljubljana, Slovenia
  2. A three-wave study: The role of Perseverative Cognition between Workplace Bullying and its Health & Well-being Impact Mokhtar Daniella, University of Sheffield, UK
  3. Tears and Bullying in the Workplace Soares Angelo, UQAM, (Canada)

Stream 3 Risk Factors

  1. Transformation from interpersonal mistreatment into corporate violence Lundell Susanna, University of Turku, Finland
  2. Effects of Beliefs in A Just World and Supervisor Support on Burnout through Bullying Pascale Desrumaux, University of Lille-3, France
  3. Precarious employment and workplace harassment and discrimination Grubb Paula, Ray Tapas, Bhattacharya Anasua, Roberts Rashaun, Grosch James NIOSH, USA

Stream 4 Role of social actors

  1. Workplace Harassment. The role of NGOs in Latin America and the Caribbean. Mancini Karina Andrea, Ambiente Laboral Libre de Violencias Asoc. Civil, Argentina
  2. Impacts of social representations on victimization (also self-victimization) and denial of the victim status in case of harassment in the workplace ,De Septenville Amandine, PSY Sud-Ouest, France
  3. Bully by Proxy: Using Subordinates as Henchmen to facilitate workplace bullying Hollis Leah, Patricia Berkly LLC, USA

9:45-10:15 Tea/Coffee Break

Posters sessions

  • 10:15-11:00 Keynote 2 – Florencia Peña (Plenary auditorium) Bullying in Latin America. Insights from the Iberoamerican Conferences

11:00-12:00

Stream 1 Prevention and Intervention

  1. The efficacy of a tailored health and wellbeing educational intervention and support services delivered to Australian Paramedic Students Wallis Jaime, Boyle Malcolm, Griffith University, Australia
  2. Using the National Standard of Canada on Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace to Prevent and Address Workplace Bullying and Harassment Rankin-Horvath Elizabeth, Hale Health and Safety Solutions Ltd, Canada
  3. Proving the “he said, she said” workplace harassment complaint: A Canadian perspective Burr Catherine, University of Western Ontario, Canada

Stream 2 Work environment

  1. Redefining HR: A Case Study of the Evolution of the People Side of Business Greenfield Marianne, Educated Effect, LLC, USA*
  2. Exploring medical student perceptions and experiences of bullying amongst doctors* Caroline Lambert, The University of Melbourne, Australia*
  3. Workplace bullying, disability and chronic ill-health Deakin Ria, University of Huddersfield, Lewis Duncan, University of Plymouth, Mcgregor Frances-Louise, University of Huddersfield, UK* 

Stream 3 Sexual harassment, gender issues and discrimination

  1. Bullying: a form or a mode of discrimination in workplaces? Zragua Fatma, Centre d'étude en droit des affaires et gestion, France
  2. The interaction between organizational climate, culture, and sexual harassment: a cause and effect question in working environment Al Muala Imad, Amman Arab University, Jordan, Berry Peggy, Thrive At Life: Working Solutions, USA, Alshuaibi Ahmad, Universiti Utara Malaysia
  3. Differences in workplace bullying between lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and heterosexual employees Kuyper Lisette, the Netherlands for Social Research, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands

Stream 4 Invited symposium 2

(75 minutes =>11:15-12:00)

Chaired by Guy Notelaers, University of Bergen, Norway

The development of workplace bullying: longitudinal and contextual approaches

  • The role of personality in the bullying process Ståle Einarsen, Iselin Reknes, University of Bergen, Bergen, Norway Morten Birkeland Nielsen, University of Bergen, Bergen, and National Institute of Occupational Health, Oslo, Norway, Guy Notelaers University of Bergen, Norway
  • Job demands as risk factors of exposure to bullying-related negative acts at work: The moderating role of team-level conflict management climate. Zahlquist Lena1; Hetland, Jørn1; Skogstad Anders1; University of Bergen, Norway Bakker Arnold B., Center of Excellence for Positive Organizational Psychology, Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands; Einarsen Ståle; University of Bergen, Norway
  • Black sheep welcome: A multilevel study of anti-bullying social rules as a buffer against ill treatment of prototypically peripheral work group members Glambek Mats; Einarsen Ståle; Notelaers Guy, University of Bergen,  Norway
  • Workplace bullying and medically certified sickness absence: Direction of associations and the moderating role of leadership Nielsen Morten Birkeland, National Institute of Occupational Health, Norway, and University of Bergen, Norway, Indregard Anne_Marthe Rustad, Krane, Line,  Knardahl Stein, University of Bergen, Norway

12:00-12:40

Stream 1 Identifying and measuring

  1. Harassment: violence and aggression that generates discrimination and violation of fundamental rights Perez Xinia, Independent, Costa Rica*
  2. A Qualitative Study on How Swiss Companies Deal with Workplace Incivilities Cicerali Eyyüb Ensari, Kaya Cicerali Lütfiye, Nisantasi University, Turkey*

Stream 2 Health effects and rehabilitation

  1. After a return to works, how to take care daily of yourself? Seznec Jean-Christophe, Psychiatrist, France
  2. Estudio de casos: afección de salud mental de origen laboral secundaria a conductas de maltrato, hostigamiento y acoso en las relaciones laborales, calificada por la Superintendencia de Seguridad Social en un trimestre de 2015, Chile. Cubillos Maria Susana, Independant, Chile*

Stream 3 Sexual harassment, gender issues and discrimination

  1. Sexual Harassment as Systemic Discrimination Arciniega Rosa Silvia, Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana Unidad Iztapalapa, Mexico*
  2. A sexological view on sexual harassment Mangolothi Brightness, Mnguni Peliwe, University of South Africa, South Africa*

Stream 4 Ethics

  • Feel safe - Feel proud: Can incivility affect the ethical climate, quality of work life and pride of nurses? Itzkovich Yariv, Dolev Niva, Shnapper-Cohen Moran, Kinneret Academic College, Israel
  • The effect of bystanders' support of targets of workplace incivility on observers' intentions to help De Waal-Andrews Wendy, Pouwelse Mieneke, Open University of the Netherlands

12:40-14:00 Lunch Break

Thursday 7th June Afternoon

14:00-15:00

Stream 1 Legislation and compensation

  1. Understanding recent changes on Portuguese legal framework on workplace harassment: problems concerning proof and compensation Ribeiro Costa Ana Cristina, Universidade Católica Portuguesa, Portugal
  2. Violence in the workplace in the context of collective labor relations Sandrine Laviolette, University of Bordeaux, France
  3. The rule of law and investigations on bullying at work Kuiper Alie, Bezemer Kuiper & Schubad, Netherlands

Stream 2 Prevention and Intervention

  1. Understanding incivility and the escalation of violence at work Moro Bueno Mendonça Juliana, UQAM, Canada
  2. The Individual Behavior Modification Program for Perpetrators of Power-harassment in Workplace in Japan Yasuko Okada, Cuore C Cube Co., LTD, Japan
  3. Implementation Success Factors for Workplace Bullying Interventions: Subject Matter Experts Assessment using a Delphi design. Branch Sarah, Griffith University

Stream 3 Health effects and rehabilitation

  1. Thinking differently? Personality Traits of Victims of Workplace Bullying Kreitlow Christiane, Clinical Psychologist Psychotherapist, France
  2. Workplace bullying in Sweden: a randomized representative sample of the Swedish workforce Rosander Michael, Blomberg Stefan, Linköping University, Suède
  3. An introduction to the diagnosis and treatment of workplace bullying targets. Field Oam Evelyn, Psychologist, Australia, Patricia Ferris, Calgary Psychology Group, Canada

Stream 4 Workshop 2

Driven by Donna Clark Love How to Address, Manage, Prevent and Mitigate Incidences of Cyber Bullying, Cyber Stalking, and Other Forms of Electronic Harassment

15:00-16:00

Stream 1 Legislation and compensation

  1. Criminal policies with regards to workplace bullying: which follow-up in the French law? Rachel Saada, Lawyer, Paris, France
  2. Disciplinary Proceedings, Bullying, Common Law Action, Ireland and England and Wales Connolly Ursula, National University of Ireland, Ireland
  3. How to Identify Workplace Bullying. Example from a Court Transcript Jan Gregersen, Oslo and Akershus University, Norway

15:00-15:40

Stream 2 Prevention and Intervention

  1. Mobbing and gossip: tools for work management? Ana Carolina Lemos Pereira, Aparecida Mari Iguti, Márcia Hespanhol, University of Campinas, Bernardo, Pontifical Catholic University of Campinas, Brazil
  2. Polish model for the protection of workers against psychological violence in the workplace in the age of precarious forms of employment Gajda Mateusz, University of Lód, Poland*

Stream 3 Risk Factors

  1. Workplace bullying, enterprise size, small enterprise, health Rascle Nicole; University of Bordeaux
  2. Negative emotionality, ruminations and poor working conditions as predictors of exposure to workplace bullying Gamian-Wilk Malgorzata, Madeja-Bien Kamila, University of Wroclaw, Poland
  3. Relationships between those experiencing and perpetrating workplace ill treatment Pursell Lisa, Hogan Victoria National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland, Lewis Duncan, University of Plymouth, UK, Maccurtain Sarah, Mannix-Mcnamara Patricia, University of Limerick, Ireland, Hodgins Margaret, National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland*

16:00-16:30 Tea/Coffee Break

Posters sessions

16:30-17:15 Keynote 3 – Alain Ehrenberg (Plenary auditorium) What do we talk about when we talk about mental health?

17:30-19:00 IAWBH General Assembly

19:45 Departure by bus, Place des Quinconces,

Official Dinner at Chateau Lafitte Laguens,

Friday 8th June Morning

8:00-8:45 Registrations

8:45-9:45

Stream 1 Prevention and Intervention

  1. Explaining and Preventing Workplace Bullying by a Systemic and Communicational Approach Jeoffrion Christine, Université de Nantes, France
  2. Prevention and Management of Workplace Bullying? A Union Approach - The Role of the OHS Bullying and Harassment Officer - Lessons Learnt Five Years On Ross Alison, Australian Nursing and Midwifery Federation, Australia
  3. Discoveries of a Practitioner & Perpetrator Coach: Exploring What Motivates Employers to Seek Help, and What Motivates Perpetrators to Bully and Change Mattice Catherine, Civily Partners, USA 

Stream 2 Identifying and Measuring

  1. Taking Bullying Off the Menu: Identifying perpetrators in the UK restaurant sector Thirlwall Alison, University of Wollongong in Dubaï, Dubaï
  2. Hot and Cold Violence: A cross-cultural study of perspectives of workplace violence among Chinese and New Zealand practitioners Port Zoe, Massey University, New Zealand
  3. Development and validation of a reflective measurement scale of incivility Itzkovich Yaviv, Kinneret Academic College, Israel, Ana Aleksić, University of Zagreb, Croatia

Stream 3 Work environment

  1. Happy and Successful? Potential Target of Envy and Workplace Bullying Mert Günerergin, Burcu Güneri Çangarlı, Izmir University of Economics
  2. The existence of bullying in the workplace is associated with individual worker's subsequent psychological distress and intention to leave: a multilevel analysis Kanami Tsuno, Wakayama Medical University, Japan, Kawachi Ichiro, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, USA, Kawakami Norito, University of Tokyo, Japan, Miyashita Kazuhisa, Wakayama Medical University, Japan
  3. Mobbing from the perspective of organizational culture Arciniega Rosa Silvia, Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana Unidad Iztapalapa, Mexico*

Stream 4 Sexual harassment, gender issues and discrimination

  1. Uncovering the state of workplace sexual harassment upon men: Operational and subjective approaches to identify sexual harassment victims Seo Yoojeong, Korea Research Institute for Vocational Education and Training, South Korea
  2. Women academics' experiences of workplace bullying: A South African Perspective Mangolothi Brightness, Mnguni Peliwe, University of South Africa, Saouth Africa*
  3. Protection against sexual harassment in the workplace as a legal transplant Gajda Mateusz, University of Lód, Poland*

9:45-10:15 Tea/Coffee Break

Posters sessions

10:15-11:00 Keynote 4 – Manuel Velazquez (Plenary auditorium) Procedures for addressing bullying in the workplace

11:00-12:20

Stream 1 Prevention and Intervention

  1. Addressing the bullying of trainee doctors: A pre/post evaluation of an organisational intervention Carter Madeline, Newcastle University, Neill Thompson, Northumbria University
  2. Workplace bullying and the social support from co-workers and leaders? A three-way interaction and the effect on health Blomberg Stefan, Linköping University, Suède
  3. Psychic structure, unforgivable fault, obligation of security of result, real work, double chronology Pezé Marie, Réseau de consultations souffrance et travail, France
  4. Psychological flexibility: a self-administered intervention Austin Tay, Birkbeck College, UK*

Stream 2 Ethics

  1. Ethical climates as predictors of attachment orientations in the workplace as relating to abusive supervision. Salton Meyer Efrat, Ben Gurion University, Mikulincer Mario, Interdisciplinary Center, Drory Amos, Ben Gurion University, Israel
  2. Correlates of ethical leadership on workplace negative acts and employee work attitudes: A meta-analytical review Teo Stefen, Nguyen Diep, Edith Cowan University, Australia, Mcghee Peter, Grant Patricia, Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand
  3. Investigation of harassment: the delicate position of the external consultant Tarhouny Nina, Institut de recherche interdisciplinaire sur les enjeux sociaux, Institut international de gestion des crises humaines, France
  4. Are whistleblowers more dissatisfied with their job? Matthiesen Stig Berge, BI Norwegian Business School, Norway*

Stream 3 Cyber bullying and ICT

  1. Cyberbullying and neoliberal individualism Ortega Mario, Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana-Xochimilco, Mexico
  2. The “cyber-mobbing at work”: regulation and judicial experiences in spain Molina Navarrete Cristobal, University of Jaen, Spain*
  3. Exploring Workplace Cyberbullying Among New Zealand Nurses D'souza Natalia, Forsyth Darryl, Tappin David, Catley Bevan, Massey University
  4. Understanding workplace cyberbullying: A review of what we know so far Farley Samuel, University of Leeds, Coyne Iain, University of Loughborogh, UK, D'cruz Premilla, Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad, India

Stream 4 Invited symposium 3

(75 minutes =>11:15-12:00)

Chaired by Stefen Teo and Maryam Omari

The development of workplace bullying: longitudinal and contextual approaches

In progress

12:20-13:45 Lunch Break

Friday 8th June Afternoon

14:45-14:45

Stream 1 Legislation and compensation

  1. Mediation vs. rule of law Christelle Mazza, Lawyer, France
  2. ADR: Possible Contributors to an (Unjust) Resolution of Bullying Disputes Bozin Doris, Ballard Allison, Easteal Patricia, University of Camberra, Australia*
  3. The procedures of labor harassment in Colombia: do not guarantee the protection of victims of labor harassment Vargas Sandoval Yaneth, Independent, Columbia*
Stream 2 Prevention and Intervention
  1. How recurrent patterns and policy parallelisms can drive to better regulate emerging issues in workplace bullying and harassment? Williams Ivan, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain
  2. Explaining and Preventing Workplace Bullying by a Systemic and Communicational Approach Jeoffrion Christine, Université de Nantes, France
  3. Harassment, psychological violence, psychosocial risks, occupational safety and health (OSH), bullying, prevention, OSH management systems Manal Azzi, ILO

Stream 3 Coping

  1. Forgiveness: A new means of coping with workplace bullying Mishra Nidhi, D'cruz Premilla, Noronha Ernesto, Gupta Parvinder, Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad, India*
  2. Coping with Workplace Bullying: Experiences from Ghana Essiaw Mary, University of Professional Studies, Ghana
  3. Reflections on a Muddy Pond: Former targets' accounts of coping when bullying ends Thirlwall Alison, University of Wollongong in Dubaï, Dubaï

Stream 5 Workshop 3

Driven by Marie-France Hirigoyen, Bénédicte Bravache, Skye Saunders, Rachel Cox, Elisa Ansoleaga, Ximena Perez Sexual harassment at work: comprehension, policies and tools for better prevention

With the support of the ANDRH

14:45-15:45

Stream 1 Legislation and compensation

  1. Working Conditions Contextualized in Workplace Bullying Cases in Brazil: individual solutions for collective issues? Paixao Julia, University of Ottawa, Canada*
  2. Methods of regulating harassment: comparison between prohibition and employers' obligation to take measures Shino Naito, Japan Institute for Labour Policy and Training, Japan*
  3. The network mobbing and the new European privacy law. Imbesi Antonino, Universidad de Huelva, Spain*

Stream 3 Coping

  1. Stand Up, Speak Out: Stories of Victory from 23 Survivors Mattice Catherine, Civility Partners, USA
  2. Coping with abusive supervision: The role of mindfulness Burton James Barber Larissa, Northern Illinois University, USA
  3. Rewriting the power dynamics of external bullying at work: The occupational dialectics of dirty work Mendonca Avina, D'cruz Premilla, Noronha Ernesto, Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad, India

16:00-16:30 Closing Ceremony

Foundation Anthony Mainguené and Cyril COSME (ILO - Paris Office Director o)

Comité d'organisation local

Co-organisateurs

  • Loïc Lerouge, COMPTRASEC,  CNRS- University of Bordeaux
  • Dr Marie-France Hirigoyen, psychiatre, Paris

Chercheurs

  • Dr Alexandre Charbonneau, COMPTRASEC, CNRS - Université de Bordeaux
  • Dr Laurence Bergugnat, LACES,  Université de Bordeaux
  • Dr Cindy Felio, ITG, Paris
  • Sandrine Laviolette, COMPTRASEC, CNRS - Université de Bordeaux

Praticiens

  • Jean-Paul Bergouignan (psychologue du travail, Consultant, Bordeaux)
  • Nathalie Gréard (psychologue, Centre de consultation des pathologies professionnelles de Bordeaux)
  • Christiane Kreitlow (Psychologue clinicienne-psychothérapeute, Paris)
  • Christelle Mazza (Avocate, Paris)
  • Thierry Venin (Directeur de l'Agence départementale du numérique des Pyrénées-Atlantiques area, France)
  • Dr Catherine Verdun-Esquer (Chef de service de médecine du travail du CHU de Bordeaux, France)

Scientific committee BULLYING018

  • Laurence Bergugnat
  • Premilla D’Cruz
  • Carlo Caponecchia
  • Shayne Mathieson
  • Maryam Omari
  • Bevan Catley
  • Stale Einarsen
  • Jordi Escartin
  • Loraleigh Keashly
  • Sara Branch
  • Michelle Tuckey
  • Anne Wyatt
  • Katherine Lippel
  • Eva Gemzoe Mikkelsen
  • Ria Deakin
  • Declan Fahie
  • Angelo Soares
  • Nik Djurkovic
  • Burcu Guneri Cangarli
  • Nikos Bozionelos
  • Kate Blackwood
  • Marie-France Hirigoyen
  • Loïc Lerouge
  • Christiane Kreitlow
  • Patty Ferris
  • Alexandre Charbonneau
  • Evelyne Field
  • Cindy Felio

Catégories

Lieux

  • Palais de la Bourse - Place de la Bourse
    Bordeaux, France (33)

Dates

  • mercredi 06 juin 2018
  • jeudi 07 juin 2018
  • vendredi 08 juin 2018

Fichiers attachés

Mots-clés

  • harcèlement, bullying, travail, burn-out, stress, violence

Contacts

  • Loîc Lerouge
    courriel : loic [dot] lerouge [at] u-bordeaux [dot] fr

Source de l'information

  • Anne-Cécile Jouvin
    courriel : anne-cecile [dot] jouvin [at] u-bordeaux [dot] fr

Pour citer cette annonce

« Mieux comprendre le harcèlement au travail dans un monde en mutation », Colloque, Calenda, Publié le jeudi 01 mars 2018, https://calenda.org/433768

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