Workplace harassment and mental injuries: Examining root causes

Source: Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE), CUPE Equality, November 2014

From the abstract:
Harassment is a leading cause of stress and mental injury, with particular patterns and consequences for marginalized workers. Oppression is a root cause of harassment. Marginalized workers are most affected, but all workers suffer. Poor working conditions contribute to harassment of marginalized workers, and privatization is making things worse. We need far-reaching solutions.
Related:
Stop harassment: A guide for CUPE locals