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Does photographing a colleague's work constitute workplace bullying?

Question: One of our workers has been taking photos of a co-worker in relation to their work quality (or the lack of it), then handing it to their section manager. This is causing unreasonable pressure on the worker who is being photographed. Would this constitute workplace bullying?

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