Bullying & Harassment - Brannigan v County Louth VEC

Posted in : Supplementary Articles ROI on 24 September 2013
Michelle Ní Longáin
ByrneWallace

Bullying and harassment has an insidious effect upon workplace relations, pitting one employee against another, to the detriment of all concerned.

This type of behaviour erodes team morale, affects staff performance and can result in expensive claims against employers. Earlier this year, we hosted a breakfast briefing for our clients and provided "top tips" for employers when dealing with these issues. Since our breakfast briefing, workplace bullying and harassment has received significant media attention and recent developments in the area highlight the extent of the problem.


Brannigan v Co.

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Michelle Ní Longáin
ByrneWallace

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