Workplace bullying

Workplace bullying is repeated, unreasonable behaviour directed at an employee or group of employees that creates a risk to health and safety.

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Workplace bullying case study

M started his first job as an apprentice plumber at the age of 16. Two years into his apprenticeship, M made a complaint to WorkSafe about his experiences at work. The bullying behaviour that M was subjected to at work impacted his health and safety and resulted in both physical and psychological injury.

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Mental health topics

Bullying, fatigue, gendered violence, sexual harassment, stress and work-related violence are psychosocial factors that contribute to mental health.

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