Workplace ‘mobsters’ put a hit on bottom lineSchoolyards aren't the only domain of the bullyBy Natalie C. MacDonald04/11/2005|CHRR, Report on Healthy Workplaces|Last Updated: 04/13/2005 For most children, recess is one of the best times of the school day. It’s a chance to get outside, play and breathe in fresh air. But, for some children, recess is a terrifying experience in fear and intimidation from the schoolyard bully.Unfortunately, schoolyards aren’t the only domain of the bully. They can also thrive in the workplace. Workplace bullies may act in a group, giving rise to the term “workplace mobbing.”Bullying can be defined as any type of behaviour from an employee’s superiors, co-workers or even subordinates that harasses an employee. The behaviour may occur over weeks, months or years — or it could be a single incident. To Read the Full Story, Subscribe or Sign In Remember Me Forgot Password If you are a current Subscriber, please click here to set-up or update your login information.