News: Unattractive employees more likely to be bullied at work

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Unattractive employees more likely to be bullied at work

An Economic Times news report states that people who are considered unattractive stand a higher risk of being bullied at the workplace. The conclusion is from a new study conducted in the US that links attractiveness to cruelty at the workplace.

An Economic Times news report states that people who are considered unattractive stand a higher risk of being bullied at the workplace. The conclusion is from a new study conducted in the US that links attractiveness to cruelty at the workplace.

The results are based on a survey among workers who were asked the frequency of the times when their co-workers were cruel to them. A separate panel who did not know about the study judged the attractiveness of the respondents through their digital photographs.

Read more about the study here.

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