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Workplace Bullying - Compliance Training for Australian Business
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Workplace Bullying Compliance guides for Australian Business and their employees.

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  1. Workplace Bullying - Know the Facts
  2. Workplace Bullying - A Guide for Employers
  3. Workplace Bullying - A Guide for Employees

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Workplace Bullying - Know the Facts

This lesson will help employers and employees understand and identify workplace bullying.

Workplace Bullying - Compliance Training for Australian Business Course - Lesson Excerpt

**Bullying In The Workplace ** A guide for Australian business

Workplace Bullying Occurs when an individual or group of individuals repeatedly behave unreasonably towards a worker or a group of workers at work **and **that behaviour creates a risk to the mental or physical health and safety of the worker/s.

Bullying: Know the Facts This lesson will help employers and employees understand and identify workplace bullying.

Workplace bullying can affect people in a number of ways, resulting in psychological distress such as anxiety, panic attacks, low self-esteem, depression or an increased risk of suicide.

Physical responses to workplace bullying can include illness, muscular tension, headaches, digestive problems and sleep disturbance.

Workplaces also experience the effects with a reduction in productivity, increased absenteeism and taking of more sick leave. These effects of bullying costs Australian businesses between $6 and $36 billion per year.

Which of these are examples of workplace bullying? Choose as many as apply

Workplace Bullying - A Guide for Employers

This lesson will help Australian employers manage workplace bullying

Workplace Bullying - Compliance Training for Australian Business Course - Lesson Excerpt

**Bullying In The Workplace ** A guide for Australian business

Workplace Bullying Occurs when an individual or group of individuals repeatedly behave unreasonably towards a worker or a group of workers at work **and **that behaviour creates a risk to the mental or physical health and safety of a worker/s.

Workplace Bullying: A Guide for Employers This lesson will help Australian employers manage workplace bullying.

Bullying affects the overall health of an organisation. An unhealthy workplace can cause: Increased absenteeism and turnover of staff. Decreased productivity and motivation. Increased stress for employees which impacts on their health and mental health. Increased risk for accidents / incidents. Increased overall costs for the organisation.

Which of these are your responsibility as an employer?

For more information as an employer: Work Safe Australia: Guide for Preventing and Responding to Workplace Bullying Click to download

Workplace Bullying - A Guide for Employees

This lesson will help employees manage workplace bullying.

Workplace Bullying - Compliance Training for Australian Business Course - Lesson Excerpt

**Bullying In The Workplace ** A guide for Australian business

Workplace Bullying Occurs when an individual or group of individuals repeatedly behave unreasonably towards a worker or a group of workers at work **and **that behaviour creates a risk to the mental or physical health and safety of a worker/s.

Workplace Bullying: A Guide for Employees This lesson will help employees manage workplace bullying.

Workplace bullying can effect people in a number of ways, resulting in psychological and physical symptoms. If you feel like you are being bullied, taking care of yourself is the first priority.

For more information as an employee: FairWork Commission: Anti-bullying jurisdiction Guide Click to download

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THE BAMBOO TREE/Tamar Altbeker

THE BAMBOO TREE specialises in blended learning and development strategies that focus on cultivating lasting behavioural and cultural change. Our dedication to ‘growth through learning’ is at the heart of our business. Tamar Altbeker is a founder and director of THE BAMBOO TREE.

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Very praxrical course with excellent real life examples. Made me think twice about bullying vs. harrassment behaviours in my organisation

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