Results of the Research on Prevention of Mobbing/Bullying as a Psycho-Social Stressor when Implementing Corporate Social Responsibility

Jolita Vveinhardt, Regina Andriukaitiene


This paper examines the results of the empirical research aimed to identify the prevalence of mobbing/bullying as a psycho-social stressor in socially responsible organizations as well as in the ones that do not adhere to a sense of corporate social responsibility. The aim of the research: to identify the prevalence of MBPS in organizations carrying corporate social responsibility and in organizations not practicing corporate social responsibility. The objectives of the research: (1) to validate the methodology of the research specifying the structure of the instrument; (2) to present the psychosomatic characteristics of the instrument; (3) to assess the prevalence of MBPS in regard to socio-demographic criteria. The methods of the research: analysis and synthesis of scientific literature, questionnaire survey based on validated questionnaire, statistical analysis and comparison. The paper presents the introduction, the methodology of the research, the psycho-metric characteristics of the questionnaire and the socio-demographic data from the respondents as well other aspects in regard to the data.

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