This chapter, which is based on the open-ended comments from study respondents, highlights the need for workplace bullying policies on community college campuses. Twenty-five percent of respondents from this study believe policy would help minimize bullying, and 27.10% believe professional development and training would help stem workplace bullying. In turn, this conceptual essay presents descriptive statistics reporting on how respondents view a healthy workplace. This call to action offers supporting data for those on community college campuses seeking to develop campus wide policy to prevent workplace bullying.
Hollis, L. (2016), "Call to Action: Strategies to Create and Maintain Civility for Underrepresented Groups in the Community College", The Coercive Community College: Bullying and its Costly Impact on the Mission to Serve Underrepresented Populations (Diversity in Higher Education, Vol. 18), Emerald Group Publishing Limited, pp. 161-166. https://doi.org/10.1108/S1479-364420160000018015Download as .RIS
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