Bullying at Work

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Bullying can involve arguments and rudeness, but it can also be more subtle.

Other forms of bullying include:

  • excluding and ignoring people and their contribution
  • overloading people with work
  • spreading malicious rumours
  • unfair treatment
  • picking on or regularly undermining someone
  • denying someone’s training or promotion opportunities


Government Resources:

The Government website www.gov.uk has advice on workplace bullying and harassment.
See here for more information.


The NHS Choices website also provides information about bullying at work:
See here for more information.

ACAS (Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service) has produced separate guidance leaflets for employees and employers.

Guide for  employees can be downloaded here
Guide for managers/employers here


Other resources:

Mind, the national mental health charity, also produces information about discrimination at work.
More information can be found here.


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