Mobbing and its determinants: the case of Spain
M. Angeles Carnero (),
Blanca Martinez () and
Rocío Sánchez-Mangas ()
Applied Economics, 2010, vol. 42, issue 29, 3777-3787
The objective of this article is to analyse empirically the problem of mobbing in Spain. Based on the fifth Spanish survey on working conditions, we find that during 2003, around 5% of workers declared being mobbed at their workplace. Some personal, job characteristics and working conditions are found to be significant at explaining the probability of being a mobbing victim. Finally, we find differences in the variables affecting such probability depending on the victim's gender.
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