As an aside.
I saw more bullying, sexism and racism per every 6 months in civvie street than I saw in 12.5 years in the Army.
The reason for this is it could be dealt with by the blokes at the time whereas this is illegal in civvie street.
Most of the bullying etc. was things like bosses thinking they were superior to their workers and talking down to them, thus holding them back. Most officers and nco's I worked with in the Army knew we were all the same, just doing different jobs. We all relied on each other and wanted everyone to be as good as they could be.
I should point out I was REME, mostly with RA and never served with Infantry who may have been different.
In different scales in terms of time served, but ditto to the above. I found bullying to be more commonplace and insidious in the world of civilian employment. A friend (themselves ex- forces) was bullied by their line manager to the point where they ended up having to go off sick. The possibility of a ‘robust response’ was simply not there.