Abusive bosses who bully employees could breed a new crop of employment litigation, warn employment attorneys, who say there’s a growing movement across the country to make workplace bullying illegal.

Currently, 11 states are considering legislation that would give victims of abuse like taunting and yelling the right to sue for damages. They are Connecticut, Hawaii, Kansas, Massachusetts, Missouri, Montana, New Jersey, New York, Oklahoma, Oregon and Washington.

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