Bullying orders made to stop “unprofessional” workplace culture

This week, the Fair Work Commission made its first formal bullying finding since introducing changes, in January 2014, enabling employees to pursue complaints of bullying through the Fair Work Commission.

In this case against a small real estate business, Commissioner Peter Hampton said that he was satisfied that a property manager had bullied and harassed two employees and that the manager’s behaviour ranged from unreasonably undermining the quality of their work, belittling and humiliating conduct to abusive language and threats of violence.

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