Re-Establishing Relationships after a Bullying or Harassment ComplaintPosted in : HR Updates ROI on 18 March 2022
The uncertainty and intense, stressful nature of the last 2 years has given rise to workplace disputes, grievances and bullying and harassment complaints. While the introduction of the code of practice on the prevention of resolution of bullying at work in 2020 has provided clarity on policy requirements and the procedure, there is little guidance for employers on how to deal with the aftermath of such a complaint. So, the question remains, how can employers encourage employees to re-establish their working relationship after a Bullying or Harassment complaint?
The measures that employers can enforce are two-fold, in that there are preventative and reactive measures. The ideal
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