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New Code – Go Informal
The new Code of Practice for Employers and Employees on the Prevention and Resolution of Bullying at Work Order 2020encourages an ‘informal problem-solving approach’ as the most appropriate means of ‘addressing allegations of bullying effectively’. Where people are going to continue working together, this informal ‘collaborative and non-adversarial approach’ is adjudged to be ‘particularly important’.
The Code highlights the key elements of the informal approach as:
- Employees being confident that they will be listened to, taken seriously and that their concerns will be assessed fairly, quickly and effectively.
- Managers having the confidence and capacity to engage
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