UNISON Northern Ireland represents 40,000 full-time and part-time staff who provide public services, although they may be employed in both the public and private sectors.
UNISON is the UK’s largest union, serving more than 1.3 million members and activists, making us one of Europe’s largest unions.
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Bargaining and Equality
Bullying in a work environment can cause tremendous emotional distress as well as severely impact on people’s capacity to carry out their role. Employers have a duty of care to employees and there are a number of remedies you can pursue if you believe you are being bullied. For managers it is important to ensure that staff are enabled to work in a supportive environment which maximises their ability to contribute. Sometimes there is a blurred line between performance management and a belief by the staff member that they are being bullied. This course will explore the employer’s duty of care, what constitutes bullying, what remedies are available to someone who is experiencing it and how managers can respond pro-actively.
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