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Anti-Bullying Week round-up

By November 17, 2017 No Comments

It’s been a busy week at Deminos, but the weekend is nearly upon us once again. Over the last few days on social media we’ve been sharing advice on how to prevent bullying and harassment in the workplace, tying-in with the Anti-Bullying Alliance’s Anti-Bullying Week.

 

Questions of the day

These articles should help you put an anti-bullying policy in place for your employees.

How do you spot the signs of workplace bullying?

Are bullying and harassment punishable by law?

Are employers liable for cases of bullying and harassment outside of work or on social media?

How can employers tackle bullying and harassment in the workplace?

 

Further reading

Take our Anti-Harassment and Bullying eLearning course

Download our ‘How to Deal with Bullying and Harassment in the Workplace’ user guide

 

What’s in the news

The big news this week was the outcome of Deliveroo’s self-employment case:

Deliveroo claims victory in self-employment case – BBC News

First boss to be sentenced for failing to set up pension for staff – Moneywise

Poor productivity outside south-east England hurting UK economy – The Guardian

Virgin West Coast rail workers to strike – BBC News

Squeeze on UK wages set to continue until 2022, thinktank warns – The Guardian

 

Meet the team

This week’s team member in the spotlight is HR advisor Ron Smith.

 

That’s it for this week, but remember we can be followed/liked on social media for more articles, news and HR advice.

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Have a great weekend,

The Deminos Team

Author David Ralph

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