Join us for a webinar on Tuesday 20th August 2019 at 3pm AEST
30 years of workplace bullying research has shown the numerous physical and mental health problems that arise from the negative pattern of bullying. Some of those have long term and serious consequences, including trauma like symptoms and suicide.
This webinar explores:
• how an employee is injured by workplace bullying;
• what form does a workplace bullying injury take; and
• what are the important factors in ensuring an injured employee can safely return to work.
Michael Plowright is the founder of Working Well Together. He started Working Well Together because he saw that despite workplace bullying undoubtedly being a serious issue, many workplaces are ill-equipped to prevent or manage it.
Michael has over 15 years’ experience in leadership and management, successfully leading teams at both strategic and operational levels. He has experienced first-hand the challenges of managing staff with difficult behaviours like bullying, and knows what it’s like to be in the centre of a human storm. His extensive experience managing office behaviours, providing support to targets of workplace bullying, and rebuilding teams affected by it, forms the foundation of Working Well Together. This, together with his specialist, up-to-date knowledge of workplace bullying and legislation, allows him to help companies and organisations so they can focus on their core purpose and keeping their clients happy, and so that employees can go home safe and well at the end of each day..
FREE for RTWMatters Members. Find out more.
$25 for non-members
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RTWMatters is Australia’s leading independent resource for return to work professionals. We know that looking after injured workers has benefits for business and health; and that RTW professionals who look after injured workers need to be supported in turn. Find out more on our About Us page.
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