Pages with topic "Bullying and Harassment"
Australian federal government failing to take the real steps to end violence and harassment at work.
A landmark survey by the Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU) has revealed the prevalence of sexual harassment in Australian workplaces with two in three women and one in three men affected.
6 Aug 2018 : What should your contract of employment look like?
Your appointment conditions and written contracts of employment are some of the most important documents you will receive from an employer.
7 Jun 2018 : Bullying: enough is enough
Intervention in the early years and school-based policies needed to combat bullying.
Our union’s submission to the Queensland Anti-Cyberbullying Taskforce will ensure that the professional voices of our members are heard when it comes to addressing this insidious epidemic in Australia, as IEUA-QNT Research Officer Adele Schmidt writes.
Teachers are increasingly encountering statements posted about them online. What can you do about it?
A recent case involving the bullying of a long-serving teacher by their principal at a Melbourne Catholic school has yet again highlighted the ongoing prevalence of this insidious issue in the workplace.
A website that allows students to anonymously ‘rate’ and ‘comment’ on the performance of their teachers has left staff open to cruel and potentially defamatory critique.
30 Sep 2015 : What to do when the bully is a parent
Complaints of bullying and harassment of teachers and support staff are unfortunately not uncommon in the non-government education sector. Recently, however, a steady increase in the number of complaints alleging
bullying of school staff by parents has b…
A lack of employer policies on how to deal with violent students and the continuing inadequate federal government funding for those with a disability is resulting in potentially dangerous situations for teachers and students.