The Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission reports that workplace bullying costs Australian employers between $6 - $36 billion dollars every year when hidden and lost opportunity costs are considered. In addition, the high personal costs to the individual being bullied are very significant. This program aims to highlight some strategies employers can use to identify problems and take appropriate action.

Overview

The high cost to organisations and individuals from workplace bullying is very significant. This program aims to increase understanding and build strategies to respond to workplace bullying.

Who Will Benefit

Any manager, supervisor, team leader or individual who  seeks an understanding of the issues surrounding workplace bullying.

Program Content

  • Defining bullying - what it is and what it is not
  • Identifying the bully in the workplace
  • Consequences of bullying
  • Legal framework – responsibilities of employers and employees
  • Managing the perpetrators and the victims
  • Building a more appropriate culture.

Learning Outcomes

Participants should be able to:

  • Accurately identify and diagnose bullying behaviour in their workplace
  • Prepare an appropriate response to address the issue
  • Support the victim of bullying behaviour
  • Describe the characteristics of a culture that discourages bullying behaviour.
Program Number
498
Duration

3 Hours

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    AIM WA Floreat

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