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The research herewith assessed the manner in which social support (from colleagues, supervisors, family and friends) functions to alleviate the negative impact of workplace bullying on individual (psychological wellbeing) and organisational wellbeing (intention to leave).The present research provided evidence for the buffering effect of social support, particularly support obtained from supervisors within the workplace, on psychological wellbeing and intention to leave, and colleagues for intention to leave in the presence of perceived workplace bullying.
Additional individual-level factors worthy of future consideration, as detected by the current study included the function of childhood attachment, race, gender leadership, proximity, reciprocity, relational value and context specifity of the type and source support, propensity to seek support and coping.
Cara-Lisa Sham, is a highly motivated individual, having completed her masters degree in industrial psychology with distinction.
She has received numerous academic merit awards, & is part of the prestigious International Golden Key Honour Society for academic excellence.Her appreciation for wellbeing supports the conception of the research herewith
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