HomeAsia Pacific Journal of Multidisciplinary Researchvol. 2 no. 3 (2014)

Organizational Bullying, Professional Jealousies, Power Play, and Gossiping in the Work Place: Basis for Institutional Transformation

Rome B. Moralista | Gabriel C. Delariarte

Discipline: Social Science




This study determined the Bullying practices observed, the Professional Jealousies experienced, the Power Play Practices experienced and the gossiping activities as observed by the respondents. Descriptive –type of research was utilized in the study. Results showed that keeping on watching and tracking the lives of industrious and progressive people and being not happy in the promotion of others are most often observed. It is also most often practiced that people will do anything just to be promoted on get ahead of others. Gossiping and power play have significant relationship while bullying has no significant relationship with professional jealousies, power play and gossiping.