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What is workplace bullying?

Everybody has the right to go to work without being subjected to intimidating, threatening or humiliating behaviour. 

In fact, you employer has a legal duty of care to protect you from such behaviour.

While workplace bullying can have a devastating effect on victims, it has a very specific meaning under the law.

The law says that a worker if bullied if:

  • a person, or group of people, repeatedly act unreasonably towards them or a group of workers
  • the behaviour creates a risk to health and safety

Unreasonable behaviour includes victimising, humiliating, intimidating or threatening.


How we can help

If you have experienced workplace bullying, our team of employment lawyers and industrial advocates at Fair Work Act Claims can help.

We can make legal applications to have the bullying behaviour stopped immediately.

We can then represent you in the Human Rights Commission, the Fair Work Commission, the Industrial Relations Commission, or any other relevant court or tribunal.

We are specialists at resolving disputes, winning court cases and negotiating substantial compensation for our clients.

Make no mistake, we will fight for you until we achieve the outcome that you are looking for.

To discuss your options and to find out how we can help you, please call our consultants today on 1300 359 516 or click here to register for a quick call back.


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Fair Work Act Claims is a private consultancy and advocacy firm with no affiliation to any government agency, commission or tribunal.

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