Workplace bullying (headsup.org.au)
Workplace bullying is repeated and unreasonable behaviour directed towards an employee or group of employees, that creates a risk to health and safety. Examples include:
- abusive, insulting or offensive language or comments
- unjustified or unreasonable criticism or complaints
- withholding information, supervision, consultation, training or resources deliberately to prevent someone doing their job
- initiation or hazing – where someone is made to do humiliating or inappropriate things
Heads Up provide information about workplace bullying, including examples, risk factors and impacts. They’ve also created practical guides for employers and managers to help you take action against bullying in your workplace.
APS 1 - SES Band 3
Craft and User Level
This aligns with APS People at the Foundation level.
Risk management; Leading in the APS; Working in teams; Coaching; Conflict resolution