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Managing Workplace Bullying

Published May 07, 2018 (last updated December 7, 2020) Author: Employsure

Bullying behaviour

Workplace bullying and harassment is defined as repeated unreasonable behaviour that comes from an employee, manager or customer. Bullying can occur in many forms and cause short-term or long-term psychological and physical harm.

The below infographic outlines the different types of bullying, and some of the impacts. For advice on how to manage bullying in the workplace, contact Employsure on 0800 568 012.

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