Workplace Gaslighting

Workplace gaslighting is a form of psychological manipulation where a person, often in a position of authority, undermines another employee’s reality, leading them to question their own memory, perception, and reasoning. This manipulation can take the form of denying facts, trivializing concerns, shifting blame, withholding information, isolation tactics, and using intimidation. The effects are detrimental, impacting mental health, job performance, and workplace morale. Addressing this issue involves promoting a transparent culture, providing training, establishing clear policies, offering support mechanisms, and ensuring accountability for perpetrators.

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