Federated Search Results

Search Site

1 - 10 of an estimated 1990000000 results for 'workplace culture and bullying'

Workplace Culture and Bullying - Parliament of Australia

aph.gov.au/.../bullying/subs/sub109.pdf
A multi-dimensional approach to improving workplace culture includes practical measures that can be and are implemented at an enterprise level supported by appropriate public policy and government programs. Key to eliminating workplace bullying is creating a culture committed to respect and realization of workplace rights and dignity. 17.

workplace-bullying – Parliament of Australia

aph.gov.au/.../Parliamentary_Library/FlagPost/2014/January/workplace-bullying
Workplace bullying is defined in section 789FD (1) of the FWA as where an individual or group of individuals: repeatedly behaves unreasonably towards the worker, or a group of workers of which the worker is a member and that behaviour creates a risk to health and safety.

Workplace Bullying - Parliament of Australia

aph.gov.au/.../bullying/report/fullreport.pdf
Workplace bullying can have a profound effect on all aspects of a person’s health as well as their work and family life. It also has significant flow-on effects for the community and the economy, with the Productivity Commission estimating the total cost of workplace bullying in Australia at between $6 billion and $36 billion annually.

Inquiry into workplace bullying - Parliament of Australia

aph.gov.au/.../bullying/subs/sub148.pdf
It is argued that, from case studies, workplace culture certainlyinfluences the prevalence of bullying – both negatively and positively. Importantly, it is argued that this can be ‘managed’.

Inquiry in Workplace Bullying - Parliament of Australia

aph.gov.au/.../bullying/subs/sub70.pdf
The role of workplace cultures in preventing and responding to bullying and the capacity for workplace based policies and procedures to influence the incidence and seriousness of workplace bullying. Generally, there is a culture of high work ethic and work expectations in non-government schools.

INQUIRY INTO WORKPLACE BULLYING Terms of Reference

aph.gov.au/parliamentary_business/committees/house_of_representatives...
The role of workplace cultures in preventing and responding to bullying and the capacity for workplace-based policies and procedures to influence the incidence and seriousness of workplace bullying. Bullying is not just about individual human behaviour and asking people to be respectful of each other.

Chapter 3 – Parliament of Australia

aph.gov.au/Parliamentary_Business/Committees/Senate/Community_Affairs/...
3.13 In many instances, this can be seen as a cultural problem within the profession; the committee notes considerable evidence suggesting that particular groups – including medical students and junior doctors, women and doctors of Indigenous or non-English speaking backgrounds – are more likely to be the subject of bullying and harassment.

PARLIAMENTARY INQUIRY INTO WORKPLACE BULLYING

aph.gov.au/.../bullying/subs/sub218.pdf
of bullying behaviour at this school (which is a multi-campus college). From discussions with other teachers at conferences, I can state categorically that bullying is prevalent in Christian Schools in particular. 2. Role of the workplace culture A staff grievance policy does nothing to ensure that bullying is reported or dealt with.

Search Bills and Legislation

Status
Current Bills
Previous Bills
Type

Your search did not match any documents

Search Chamber documents

House of Representatives

Senate

TOTAL RESULTS: 2060

Search ParlView

TOTAL RESULTS: 0

Sort by