Bullying and Mental Health

Harassment and Bullying

It is against the law for anyone to harass you or discriminate against you at work or when you are seeking work because of your sex, race, colour, sexual preference, age, physical or mental disability, marital status, family or carer’s responsibilities, pregnancy, religion, political opinion, national extraction, social origin or because you are temporarily absent from work because of an illness or injury. It is also against the law for a worker to sexually harass another person in the workplace.

If you believe you have been harassed or discriminated against, you should contact your organiser.

It is also against the law for a worker to be bullied in the workplace. Bullying is repeated behaviour or language that can scare, degrade or humiliate somebody.

If you believe you have been bullied, you should contact your organiser via the members portal.

Bullying Resources

Download the Bullying Focus Report here.

Download the Bullying Discussion Paper here.

Download the Bullying Poster here.

Download the Adverse Social Behaviour EA clause here.