A primary and constant challenge facing managers, supervisors, and organizational behaviorists is how to organize work and the work environment so that workers are satisfied and productive. It is a multifaceted challenge that involves safeguarding individuals, teams, and the organization as a whole. One facet of the challenge, job design, refers to the structure, content, and configuration of a person’s work tasks and roles (Parker and Ohly, 2008). The way that tasks are organized to achieve work outcomes is integrally related to job design. A relatively recent challenge in the workplace is the prevention of bullying to ensure that workers are safeguarded from stressful, negative, work environments that often result from environments characterized by peer victimization.