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However, there were number of instances where the encounters were either now and then, monthly, weekly and in some cases daily. Table 1 displays the frequencies. Most employees never got any negative behaviour at their workplace. However, there were good number of instances where they reported facing various forms of negative acts now and then, such as, someone withholding information which affected performance, spreading gossips, being shouted at or becoming target of anger, opinion being ignored, and getting tasks with unreasonable deadlines.
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