Actions that employees consider cyber bullying behavior 2013, by country

Which of the following do you consider cyber bullying?

by Statista Research Department, last edited Feb 1, 2013
Actions that employees consider cyber bullying behavior 2013, by country This statistic presents data from a 2013 survey in response to the question that asked which actions employees considered as cyber bullying behavior, by country. According to the survey of adult workers in selected countries, 82 percent of all respondents thought that sending unpleasant or defamatory remarks to or about a colleague using digital communications constituted cyber bullying behavior.
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Which of the following do you consider cyber bullying?

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United StatesUnited KingdomGermanyAverage
Criticizing a colleague behind their back using digital communications such as email, instant messaging, social media, or SMS73%73%67%69%
Posting negative comments online about a colleague's appearance in work event photos posted on a social media site83%88%79%79%
Making fun of a work colleague who misbehaved at a non-work event, using digital communications66%63%70%66%
Sending unpleasant or defamatory remarks to our about a colleague, using digital communications85%93%80%82%
United StatesUnited KingdomGermanyAverage
Criticizing a colleague behind their back using digital communications such as email, instant messaging, social media, or SMS73%73%67%69%
Posting negative comments online about a colleague's appearance in work event photos posted on a social media site83%88%79%79%
Making fun of a work colleague who misbehaved at a non-work event, using digital communications66%63%70%66%
Sending unpleasant or defamatory remarks to our about a colleague, using digital communications85%93%80%82%
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by Statista Research Department, last edited Feb 1, 2013
This statistic presents data from a 2013 survey in response to the question that asked which actions employees considered as cyber bullying behavior, by country. According to the survey of adult workers in selected countries, 82 percent of all respondents thought that sending unpleasant or defamatory remarks to or about a colleague using digital communications constituted cyber bullying behavior.
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