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Simone Pieber

Simone Pieber is a postdoc at the Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology. She is an environmental scientist and her research combines laboratory experiments, field measurements at remote locations in Europe and South-East Asia, and atmospheric simulations, which she uses to elucidate how anthropogenic activities and ecosystems influence air quality, atmospheric composition and radiative balance.

Mind your Head: An introduction to Workplace Bullying in Academia

Mind your Head: An introduction to Workplace Bullying in Academia

Understanding workplace aggression is a complex matter, and many questions arise when trying to tackle the issue. For instance, which acts and behaviours classify as workplace aggression, and when does something become workplace bullying or mobbing? How can you recognize if you or a co-worker/friend are the target of workplace aggression? How can you protect yourself and/or support others? What ca ...[Read More]