What is workplace bullying?

Workplace Bullying is negative, undermining or humiliating behaviour from one employee to another which is repeated, deliberate and which has a negative effect on physical health or state of mind and impacts on work performance.  Workplace bullying can also impact on personal relationships and other aspects of a person's private life as well as their sense of wellbeing outside of work.
Bullying can be overt or covert and subtle in nature, and can involve a combination of behaviours, repeated over a period of time.  


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