Work shouldn't hurt. Physically or emotionally.
Workplace bullying is an issue for everyone in the workplace, not just those who are being bullied.
If you have identified workplace bullying as a major problem in your workplace, together with your colleagues you can take some action to deal with it.
A useful way of coordinating an effort to eliminate bullying in the workplace is to form a committee of Union Members who have agreed to organise meetings,
and co-ordinate group decision-making and action around the bullying. Ensure staff in your workplace know the committee exists and can be involved in the effort. Your committee can be supported by UnionLink and your Union Organiser.
If you are being bullied and are having trouble finding someone to turn to, we have great resources for individuals as well as experienced support through our Unionlink team. You can call them on 1300 733 800 or email them confidentially at email@example.com
The tools below will help you identify and track your experiences, and further help is available through your Employee Assistance Program and various government bodies and support groups below.
The tools and resources below will help you, your colleagues and your committee to identify and stop bullying behaviour in your workplace.
Get help from a UnionLink Advisor: Call 1800 733 800 or email firstname.lastname@example.org