By Lisa Aronson Fontes Ph.D.

Is your supervisor making your job a nightmare? If so, you may be suffering from workplace coercive control, an abusive strategy targeted at a specific person that limits that person’s autonomy, sense of well being, and ability to succeed at work. In this piece, we discuss ways supervisors use coercive control against subordinates in a range of settings. We examine the following: Isolating and Undermining, Humiliating, Gaslighting, and Sexual Harassment.

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