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PDF | The conduct of enforcement or persecution can call it "Conduct of harassment", which is of particular interest for the El acoso moral: el maltrato psicológico en la vida cotidiana / Marie-France Hirigoyen. Article. Marie-France Hirigoyen. PDF | On Jan 1, , Orlanda Diaz-Garcia and others published Bullying in Public Administration of organizations where it occurs (Hirigoyen ; .. La juridificación del acoso moral en el trabajo: Bases metodológicas. LoYc Lerouge, Moral Harassment in the Workplace in French Law and European MARIE-FRANCE HIRIGOYEN, EL ACOso MORAL: EL MALTRATO.
Philip S. Einarsen et al. Lay participants studied by Saunders and colleagues15 most frequently included two criteria in their concept of workplace bullying: the perpetration of negative behavior and perpetration of a behavior that causes some form of harm to the target.
The authors found that relatively few participants indicated that a power imbalance must exist between the perpetrator and the target or that the behavior perpetrated must occur frequently and persistently. Practitioners preoccupied with prevention have emphasized the importance of intervention before the severity of the behavior is such that it occurs weekly over a period of six months, and for this reason encourage the scientific community to consider a broader range of behaviors within the scope of the definition.
Workplace parties need to address issues such as role conflict, job insecurity, leadership, and role ambiguity before workplace bullying manifests itself. In those jurisdictions having explicit legislation on the phenomenon, be it labeled bullying, harassment, mobbing, or even victimization,19 legislators are sovereign and may choose to define the concept in any way they like. This Paula Saunders et al. Crawshaw, supra note 1.
While most legal frameworks are not specific about the degree of frequency, the Spanish National Institute for Safety and Hygiene at Work has included requirements as to frequency and duration weekly incidents over a period of six months drawn from the work of Leymann. See Veldzquez, supra note 9. See generally Cox, supra note 7 explaining that it may also serve to trivialize the significance of discriminatory harassment.
For example, when the Belgian legislation on moral harassment was introduced in , there were separate provisions on occupational violence prohibiting persecution, threats, and psychological or physical aggression at work, 20 so that there was no need to stretch the definition of moral harassment to include verbal violence or significant, one-off events, behavior that already had a name and a remedy. On the other hand, no such protections existed in Qu6bec when the legislation on psychological harassment was introduced, and the need to ensure legal protection to those workers who left the workplace after the occurrence of one significant intimidating or verbally violent event led the National Assembly to include serious single events in the definition of psychological harassment.
Those provisions suggested in the Healthy Workplace Bill, the proposed legislation discussed by Professor Yamada in this issue, are even more narrow than the existing examples of strictly worded legislation, as, for instance, they require evidence of intention, something that is not required in most legislation discussed in this issue.
Perhaps in the context of the United States, aspiring to ideal definitions is a luxury that cannot be afforded in a country with a strong resistance to state regulation of working conditions. On the significance of this provision, see Cox, supra note 7. For another illustration, see the article by VelAzquez, supra note 9, which shows how a broad variety of remedies for various manifestations of negative acts can be available.
In most Anglo-Saxon jurisdictions, legislation prohibiting discriminatory harassment, based on a prohibited ground such as gender, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, has existed for a long time, often introduced in human rights legislation. Sexual harassment in particular has often been the subject of prevention campaigns in workplaces in English-speaking countries.
This has led some to suggest that the word "harassment" is the term that refers exclusively to discriminatory harassment, while "bullying" refers to a different phenomenon, similar to that described in the scientific literature referred to above. The requirement that employers take action to reduce or eliminate negative behavior should not be exclusively guided by legal definitions of workplace bullying, and perhaps the most eloquent demonstration of this is the fact that all of the nine jurisdictions studied, through a variety of legal mechanisms, require employers to prevent behaviors that scientific literature recognizes as workplace bullying, even though only five of the nine jurisdictions have legislation that explicitly mentions the phenomenon.
Articles in this issue show the broad range of legal strategies used to protect workers from bullying in nine countries and the European The English speaking province of Saskatchewan explicitly regulates the prevention of both discriminatory and non-discriminatory harassment in the term "harassment.
This includes other Scandinavian countries37 and in specific states in Brazil,3" and specific Canadian provinces other than Qu6bec.
As we have seen, the first were influenced by the work of Heinz Leymann and Marie-France Hirigoyen, while others reacted to legal developments in other jurisdictions. Some were influenced by the emergence of other legal provisions designed to protect workers' mental health. Lerouge, supra note 6; VelAzquez, supra note 9 Lerouge, supra note 6. Cox, supra note 7 VelAzquez, supra note 9 Fischinger, supra note 12 L6pez Fernandez, supra note 9 Yamada, supra note 3.
Aside from Sweden, Finland, and Denmark, have some form of protective legislation on mobbing or bullying. Ontario and the federal jurisdiction have included some provisions on psychological harassment in their anti- violence regulations.
See generally K. The Swedish ordinance, the very first explicit legislation on victimization, enacted in , appears to have emerged through a very different dynamic, attributable to the work of Heinz Leymann, a researcher at the Swedish National Board of Occupational Safety SNBOSH.
In Spain, one of the first turning points in the recognition of the phenomenon of moral harassment arose in the context of social security legislation, where workers sought recognition of their disability as being caused by work. Lippel, supra note RR Cox, supra note 7.
Veldzquez, supra note 9. LaMontagne and colleagues have shown that, in Australia, despite legal coverage for work-related depression under workers' compensation legislation, only a small percentage one in thirty of those suffering from depression because of workplace stress actually access compensation.
LaMontagne et al. Furthermore, in countries like France5" and Sweden,52 the first to enact legislation on bullying, are nonetheless hesitant in their recognition of mental health problems as occupational diseases, perhaps because in those countries sickness or disability insurance is available regardless of the cause of the disability. In this issue, the application of legislation explicitly targeting bullying is examined in detail, and two papers also report on an empirical analysis of the effects of legislation.
Contributions from France, Belgium,53 and Australia where explicit legislation exists only in South Australia ,54 provide classic legal analysis of a variety of legal frameworks including those explicitly targeting bullying. The Swedish regulatory framework is the oldest, and the only one to have been the subject of a previous study as to its effectiveness;55 some of the results of that study are discussed here in the contribution by Hoel and Einarsen, who reiterate the importance of the existence of the legislation while underlining potential shortcomings that could be avoided by other regulators.
The study of the Qu6bec legislation by Cox provides an overview of decisions from the first five years of application of the law, and shows how the political compromises made at the time of the enactment of the anti-harassment provisions have led to a highly litigious environment that, on the one hand, provides a voice and remedies for targets, but on the other, erects some significant barriers.
Legislation and policy are a form of "intervention," in the case of bullying designed, in theory, to reduce exposure to the phenomenon, a known health hazard. Empirical analysis of interventions, and more particularly of policy interventions, is a perilous endeavor. Contexts are always in transition, and it is always possible that studies that conclude that the intervention legislation has had little effect fail to acknowledge that, without the policy, things may have deteriorated to a far greater extent than they would have done without the policy intervention.
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