What is workplace bullying?
Workplace bullying can have a devastating effect on victims, but not many people understand what constitutes bullying.
A worker if bullied if:
- a person, or group of people, repeatedly act unreasonably towards them or a group of workers; and
- that behaviour creates a risk to health and safety.
Unreasonable behaviour includes victimisation, humiliation, intimidation or threats.
The key words to remember are that the behaviour has to be repeated and it must create a risk to health and safety.
How we can help
If you have experienced workplace bullying, our team of employment lawyers and industrial advocates at Fair Work Claims can help.
We can apply for a formal stop bullying order from the Fair Work Commission.
Our team will also check to see if you are eligible to make claims for compensation.
For example, for any sexual harassment or discrimination you may have experienced.
We will also check to see if you are owed unpaid wages.
We are specialists at resolving disputes, winning court cases and negotiating substantial compensation for our clients.
Make no mistake, we will fight for you until we achieve justice for you.
To discuss your options and to find out how we can help you, please call our consultants today on 1300 324 748 or click here to register for a quick call back.
LAST UPDATED: April 2021
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