falsely accused someone of “errors” not actually made (71%) 2.
stared, glared, was nonverbally intimidating and was clearly showing hostility (68%) 3.
Other names for a the workplace bully is doesn't matter as much in the legal sense, as does the fact that he or she is creating an intimidating, offensive, abusive or hostile work environment through discriminatory workplace harassment.
Both victims and witnesses are protected under the relevant laws.
An employer also can be liable if a customer, vendor, or other nonemployee harasses an employee and the employer doesn’t take reasonable steps to prevent or correct it.