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How To Handle An Adult Bully

From outside a national center in the U.K., where bullying has also proven to be a huge problem. (Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images)

Bullying has been in the news a lot lately, with plenty of advice for kids who are having problems — but what about adults?

From USA Weekend,a couple of ways they say to handle a grown-up bully:

Here are some tips to battle the problem of on-the-job bullying

* Keep records. Keep a log and make copies of threatening e-mail so you can prove your case.

* Report the problem to a manager. Find someone higher up who doesn’t know the bully well and can be objective.

How should workplace bullies be punished?

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