The definition of bullying in general, and workplace bullying in particular, has several key components. A general agreement regarding the definition of bullying concerns the frequency of the behavior, the presence of unbalanced power between perpetrator and victim (in favor of the perpetrator), and the creation of a hostile work environment (Björkqvist, 1994; Olweus, 1991). Randall (1997) defines bullying as aggressive behavior with the deliberate intent to cause physical or psychological distress to others. Bullying is a form of interpersonal aggression or antisocial behavior in the workplace that exceeds what may be considered simple incivility, and is associated with negative outcomes for both perpetrators and victims (Anderson and Pearson, 1999; Neuman and Baron, 2005; Salin, 2003).