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Bullying & Harassment
- 18 June 2012 to 18 June 2012
- InterHealth, 111 Westminster Bridge Road, London, SE1 7HR
Bullying and harassment in the workplace can lead to increased problems with mental health and staff absence and turnover. This in turn can lead to a rise in organisational expenses and negatively affect productivity. Despite the increasing knowledge and awareness of the problem, a high number of cases are still not detected and employees are left unsupported. This one day workshop will provide you with further knowledge and the practical skills to prevent and address workplace abuse. Who is it for? This workshops is aimed at UK-based managers and Human Resources professionals with responsibility for UK and internationally based staff. Learning Outcomes: · Understand a variety of workplace abuse issues and identify their differences · Understand what behaviour is recognised as bullying and harassment · Develop your confidence to help you deal with sensitive bullying and harassment cases · Understand the basic mechanisms behind the behaviour associated with bullying and harassment · Develop practical skills to deal with both the bullied and the bully · Develop the knowledge and skills that will help you to prevent bullying and harassment in your organisation For further information please contact the training team: T: 020 7902 9006 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
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