Harassment and Bullying Toolbox Talk (UK) Mobile App
Harassment in the workplace is defined as unwanted conflict affecting the dignity of employee, male or female.
How does it work?
Harassment can be related to age, race, sex or sexual orientation, nationality, disability, religion, or other personal characteristics. Actions or comments that are considered offensive, intimidating, insulting, or humiliating are considered harassing or bullying behavior. This conduct is always unacceptable in the workplace and laws are in place to prevent workplace harassment. Harassment and bullying typically make the victim feel anxious or humiliated. Stress, intimidation, loss of self-confidence and self-esteem caused by harassment can lead to job insecurity, complaints, illness, absence from work, and even resignation. Job performance is affected by harassment intimidation and bullying and relations in the workplace suffer. Workplace violence should also be a consideration. Harassment and Bullying Toolbox Talk (UK) helps open the dialogue for discussion about eliminating this behavior in the workplace. Employers should implement an anti-harassment policy to ensure the psychological well-being and health and safety of every employee to eliminate a hostile work environment.
You can find more Toolbox Talk forms for the UK in the GoCanvas store.