Workplace Bullying and Harassment

Every person has the right to be treated with dignity and respect, and to work and study in a safe and harassment-free environment. Charles Sturt University monitors staff perceptions about bullying and harassment through the Voice Survey, and is committed to the prevention and elimination of bullying and harassment in University-related activities, both on and off campus.

This web page has been developed by the Division of Human Resources to help staff and managers to recognise and manage bullying and harassment in the workplace.

General

The General web page provides answers to frequently asked questions as well as general resources (including policies, podcasts, video clips, training programs and posters) on bullying and harassment.

Managers

The Managers web page provides answers to frequently asked questions as well as resources to help managers deal appropriately with bullying and harassment in the workplace.

Target of Bullying

The Target of Bullying web page provides answers to frequently asked questions as well as resources to assist someone who is the target of bullying or harassment.

 

Bystander

They Bystander web page provides answers to frequently asked questions as well as resources to advise bystanders about what they can do if they witness bullying or harassment.

Accused of Bullying

The Accused of Bullying web page provides answers to frequently asked questions as well as resources to assist people who have been accused of bullying or harassment.

Contacts

The Contacts web page provides contact details for staff and students seeking information or assistance in relation to bullying and harassment.