Workplace bullying is repeated unreasonable behavior directed towards a worker or group of workers that creates a risk to health and safety.
Repeated behaviour refers to the persistent nature of the behaviour and can involve a range of behaviours over time. Unreasonable behaviour means behaviour that a reasonable person, having considered the circumstances, would see as unreasonable, including behaviour that is victimising, humiliating, intimidating or threatening. Bullying can impact an organisation through reduced productivity, staff turnover and legal costs. The Preventing and Responding Bullying Code of Practice set out a range of measures on how to prevent and manage workplace bullying.
- What is bullying? 01:00:00
- What is not considered to be bullying? 00:20:00
- What can I do? 02:00:00
- Assistance from Work Safe ACT 02:00:00
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