workplace bullyingIn view of the increase of incidents of workplace bullying and the physical and emotional danger this bullying subjects workers to, it seems that many companies need to get a better understanding of what constitutes workplace bullying, how to identify it, and stop it before employees get injured or harmed.

Online Workplace Bullying Training For Supervisors And Managers

Workplace bullying training is offered online to help supervisors and managers learn what the signs of workplace bullying are and how to nip this type of bullying in the bud before a worker is harmed by the actions of another worker. While this training is mandatory, it is obvious that many businesses could do with a refresher course in this area as the incidents of workplace bullying seems to be growing. There seems to be a growing demand for more stringent laws in this area, and heavier fines for businesses who do not attempt to keep this type of bullying in check. Therefore, it is the wise business that takes the time to refresh themselves on the signs of workplace bullying and actively takes steps to prevent it from occurring in your business.

Ensuring that everyone in your company that has a supervisory role knows what signs to look for and how to properly deal with incidents of bullying before someone suffers an injury will help reduce the chances of your company being penalized for the actions of some of your employees that could have been prevented. Establishing rules of behavior, and sanctions against workers who ignore those rules is necessary to ensure the safety of all workers.

Workplace Bullying Training For Employees

It is not just supervisors who need to be trained in identifying the signs of workplace bullying. Employees too need to know what constitutes this type of bullying, what they need to do if they see such bullying occurs or if they are victim of bullying. They also need to be encouraged to report incidents of suspected bullying without being made to feel as though they are talking out of turn.

The only way to prevent bullying in the workplace is to encourage an atmosphere of mutual respect and make it clear that bullying will not be tolerated. Having appropriate training that is periodically reviewed and renewed will help, but only if employees and employers and supervisors take the training to heart and actively work to ensure that the workplace is safe from bullying.

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