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Harassment and Bullying

What is workplace harassment?

Harassment is generally defined as unwanted conduct. It may be based on a specific characteristic possessed by an individual, such as their age, race or sexual orientation, or it may be that the perpetrator of the harassment just does not like or get on with the individual that they are troubling.

There is no claim for ‘workplace bullying’ but there are things you can do to address it. The action you take and recourse you have will depend on the reason that you are being harassed.

What are some examples of workplace harassment?

What is the obligation of the employer in preventing harassment in the workplace?

How to report harassment?

What can we do to help?