Bullying, an expression that could stir a surge of conflicting emotions among many employees in the workplace as they experience instant unwelcomed recollections of their schoolyard days or present workplace environment. At some stage, be it in days past or present, many of us might have experienced bullying to some extent, either as a witness, victim or even as perpetrator. Unsurprisingly; bullying is not confined to or restricted by any ethnic, cultural, organisational, or geographical boundary or to the schoolyards and playgrounds. Bullying is alive and thriving in the workplace, despite it being underreported or ignored in many organisations. This book provides a first-hand comparative analysis of employees? experiences of workplace bullying in both a private and public organisation by meticulously delineating the nature and prevalence of workplace bullying in both the public and private organisation. This book provide some valuable insight into workplace bullying, and should be especially useful to professionals in any workplace responsible for maintaining employee and organisational health and well-being, or scholars doing academic work on workplace bullying.