Bullying and Violence
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Bullying isn’t just confined to the playground, you know. In fact, research suggests that almost three-quarters of us have experienced workplace bullying in some form or another, either as a victim or a witness to it. And bullying doesn’t have to be physical violence either – it usually amounts to verbal, written, or social harassment of some sort.
In the workplace, anyone can be on the receiving end of bullying. People may become targets because they are highly skilled, smart or charming, and that threatens the bully. So, we’re all at risk and need to take steps to detect and eliminate bullying behavior.
What is the role of HR
How to respond to bullying
How to protect employees from bullying and violence
Why your teams need this course
If you work in HR, it’s the primary purpose of your team to ensure a solid, compliant work environment. That means improving efforts to eradicate workplace bullying. This can be achieved by simple steps such as taking harassment training and having a zero-tolerance approach to bullying and violence. Find out how to implement these steps and more during this course.