Every day it seems as though another high-profile case of“managers behaving badly” comes to light. In the most widelypublicized situations, that behavior is taking the form of sexualabuse by powerful male executives against female employees, such asin the cases of film producer Harvey Weinstein, Fox News Host BillO'Reilly and MSNBC political analyst Mark Halperin.

Yet these are only the high-profile cases, and symptomatic of alarger issue of abuses by those in positions of power in theworkplace.

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