Achieving dignity at work is desirable, but it is necessary to examine the full spectrum of the employee ‘dignity’ experience in order to grasp the challenge of providing dignity to employees. It is tempting to think that employees experience dignity or not, however the reality is more complex (see Bolton, Chapter 1). Most of us have parts of our job where we could tick the dignity box, and other aspects of our work where we could not. This chapter reviews the contemporary debates around indignity and specifically tackle the issue of defining workplace bullying. It will present original empirical evidence drawn from a large, well-supported research project. The findings from the research will be discussed in the context of the challenge for employers in providing workplaces free of indignity.