Hear about the effects of bullying in the workplace and what you can do to help yourself or others in need. In this heartfelt conversation, Meg speaks with esteemed employment lawyer Josh Bornstein about workplace bullying and harassment.
Learn to differentiate what is bullying, the obvious and subtle ways bullying can present itself at work and how workplace bullying can impact our mental health. You’ll also hear about the steps you can take, even beyond your Human Resources department, to create a healthier work environment for the benefit of all.
You can quote us on that…
“Workplace bullying is corrosive to mental health and the longer it goes on, the more harm it can do.”Josh Bornstein
“Health is the most important thing for our longevity and quality of life.”Josh Bornstein
If you’re experiencing workplace bullying, please seek support from your GP, call Lifeline Australia on 13 11 14 to talk to someone, or you can learn more about workplace bullying on the website headsup.org.au.
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B.Phys Ed, M. Ed (Student Wellbeing), CIPP
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