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“All cruelty springs from weakness” (Seneca, 4BC – 65AD). bullyonline.org UK National Workplace Bullying Advice Line Website. What is the best approach, in the context of creating a bully-free workplace, to the behaviour of a person who is identified as a “serial bully”?.

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all cruelty springs from weakness seneca 4bc 65ad
“All cruelty springs from weakness” (Seneca, 4BC – 65AD)

bullyonline.org

UK National Workplace Bullying

Advice Line Website

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What is the best approach, in the context of creating a bully-free workplace, to the behaviour of a person who is identified as a “serial bully”?
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“Bullying in the workplace constitutes a real threat to the safety, health and welfare of people in the workplace.”

(Health and Safety Authority, Code of Practice on the Prevention of Workplace Bullying, 2002)

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How should schools approach the drafting of procedures to prevent and tackle bullying and what role might outside agencies have in facilitating this?
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“A consistent thread in our review of the weaknesses of the current state lies in the matter of closure.”

(Expert Advisory Group on Workplace Bullying, 2005 Report).

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Should bullying/harassment in the workplace be more subjectively defined?
  • Should dignity at work/bullying issues be encompassed in a school’s safety statement?
  • What are the key elements of procedures or policies to prevent or to tackle poor working relationships which have their background in workplace bullying?
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Should schools’ equality policies specifically deal with harassment/bullying behaviour and list the nine grounds?
  • Dignity at Work Issue: Is this positive approach a suitable one for schools as workplaces, and who should be asked to subscribe to such a charter?
  • What are the costs to schools of dealing with workplace bullying issues and to what extent should schools model good behaviour and practice in this regard?
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What is the best approach, in the context of creating a bully-free workplace, to the behaviour of a person who is identified as a “serial bully”?
  • How should schools approach the drafting of procedures to prevent and tackle bullying and what role might outside agencies have in facilitating this?
  • What are the main options for a teacher who is seeking to “move on” following an episode of workplace bullying?