Dealing with Allegations of BullyingPosted in : Webinar Recordings on 9 November 2021
In this webinar, Caroline Reidy, Managing Director of The HR Suite and HR and Employment Law Expert provides guidance on dealing with allegations of bullying in the workplace. This includes:
- Ensuring your policy is in line with the new Code of Practice for Employers and Employees on the Prevention and Resolution of Bullying at Work.
- Providing training for all staff to raise awareness of what is and what is not bullying.
- Providing specific training for staff who will act as Contact Persons and Nominated Persons.
- Seeking clarity on the specific nature of any allegation raised.
- Keeping matters informal where appropriate.
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