Bullying and Harassment

Bullying and incivility are significant problems in workplaces, homes, schools, and online. SafeCare BC and its members can play a role in creating safe, healthy, and civil workplaces.

The following resources can help employers and employees identify, address, and prevent bullying and harassment in the workplace.

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When it comes to workplace incivility and bullying, are you part of the problem? Review the questions in this Civility Matters checklist, and tick off those situations in which you have actively participated. Remember that bullying is repeated and persistent unreasonable behaviour and not necessarily a one-time occurrence only! This self-reflection tool is suitable for everyone, regardless of their role.

 

Check out our Civility Matters Toolkit for strategies and resources to address workplace incivility and create supportive workplace relationships.

Civility Matters Toolkit

Learn about the nature and impact of workplace incivility and its impact on staff well-being and care delivery. The toolkit includes resources to address workplace incivility and develop supportive workplace relationships.

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Bullying in the Workplace

Bullying is a repeated, persistent and continuous behaviour, as opposed to a single negative act. Generally, perceiving a power imbalance between the victim and the perpetrator, the victim feels inferior whether this imbalance is there or not.

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