Workplace Bullying & Trauma

Workplace bullying has serious consequences for individuals, bystanders, families and organisations. It is therefore important to know what is and is not bullying. This is the first step for individuals who need to make decisions vital to their health and career as a result of relationships at work.

Definitions of bullying may be found at the following websites

  • Workers Health Centre  Link
  • SafeWork Australia  Link This site also provides links to current resources on workplace bullying.
  • ‘Workplace Bullying: A legal and psychological perspective’ by Joseph Catanzariti and Keryl Egan published by LexisNexis 2015

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