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Bullying at workplace is a very serious issue and can be found in every other organization. The actions of bullying could be very obvious or discreet and the people who are victimized by workplace bullying can strike them in numerous ways. This research is focused on the impact of workplace bullying on job performance and job stress. A total of 250 employees of 6 private banks of Lahore, Pakistan took part in this study and facts were examined through Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (SPSS) version 25. The results clearly depict the significant relationship between workplace bullying and job stress, while the relationship between the workplace bulling and job performance is subtle. Furthermore, this research paper also provides the findings, conclusion and recommendations for future researchers.
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