Bullying and Harassment
DATE 01 Aug 2021
FORMAT Online Service
MEMBER PRICE $50.00
NON-MEMBER PRICE $75.00
CONTACT Katrina Tieu - 02 9033 1949
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Bullying and Harassment
Developed with the assistance of employment law experts, Ellem Warren Lawyers, this training course is designed to guide employees through the various types of behaviour that could be deemed bullying and harassment, and looks at their obligations in relation to these types of behaviour in the workplace.
75.00
Course Overview:
Developed with the assistance of employment law experts, Ellem Warren Lawyers, this training course is designed to guide employees through the various types of behaviour that could be deemed bullying and harassment, and looks at their obligations in relation to these types of behaviour in the workplace.

Topics covered
  • What is the difference between sexual harassment and sex discrimination?
  • What to do if you are being harassed.
  • Informal and formal complaints.
  • What is workplace bullying?
  • What type of behaviour is not considered bullying?
  • What to do when you are being bullied.
  • Responsibility of Bystanders.
  • Employee and employer rights and obligations to The Act.
Objectives
Upon completion of this course, participants will learn:
  • What the legal definitions of bullying and harassment are.
  • How to recognise the signs of bullying and harassment.
  • The negative effects bullying and harassment can have on employee and on the workplace.
  • What the responsibility of employers and bystanders are in the workplace
  • What to do if you are being harassed, discriminated against, or bullied in the workplace.
  • How to recognise if certain behaviour is considered bullying, harassment or discrimination, or not.
Designed for
This course is designed for organisation-wide delivery and provides employees and employers with general knowledge of the legal requirements, basic principles, and practices relating to bullying and harassment in the workplace.

Outcomes
On successful completion of this course, employees will have the necessary information to be able to respond correctly to harassment and bullying in the workplace. Employees will also be aware of their legal obligations to workplace behaviour in The Act, and will learn how to correctly identify whether certain behaviour should be reported or not.

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