Bullying

Bullying

Opinion

Guidelines

Preventing and responding to workplace bullying - Draft Code of Practice by Safe Work Australia Preventing and responding to workplace bullying - Draft Code of Practice by Safe Work Australia (224 KB)

Bullying in the workplace - A guide to prevention for managers and supervisors Bullying in the workplace - A guide to prevention for managers and supervisors (393 KB)

Dignity and Respect. Policy and Guidelines on Preventing and Managing Workplace Bullying. NSW Govern Dignity and Respect. Policy and Guidelines on Preventing and Managing Workplace Bullying. NSW Govern (166 KB)

Workplace Bullying. NSW Government Workplace Bullying. NSW Government (130 KB)

Case Studies

Comments
Anonymous commented on 26-Jan-2014 05:02 PM
"Why an Australian wide investigation revealed no bullying is because it is so commonplace by the employer that all workers are frightened to report it plus the fact that fair work Australia in Victoria Geelong has a Rat in it where the employer rings up and is given the employees name therefore they are sacked.
At my place of work we are bullied harassed discriminated victimized refused overtime by the senior supervisor plus he shows favoritism to his mates by giving them all the overtime the rest of us only get the crumbs which is very little and I believe this is allowed because no-one cares for the little person at all as for the federal government enough said.
good luck with the none investigations by air head bureaucrats who have absolutely no touch with reality and no idea what the common worker goes through."
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