https://civilservicelocal.blog.gov.uk/2018/12/07/make-ni-a-great-place-to-work-by-tackling-bullying-and-harassment/

Make NI a great place to work by tackling bullying and harassment

Person excluded from a group
Bullying, harassment and discrimination in the workplace can have an effect on both individuals and the workplace generally. It is not necessarily always obvious or apparent to othe
rs, and may happen in the workplace without an employer's awareness. It can have a devastating effect on staff morale and create an incredibly uncomfortable environment to work in.

The Brilliant Civil Service vision describes the future Civil Service we need to work towards and a key part of this is making the Civil Service in Northern Ireland a great place to work. This means creating a truly inclusive environment, in open, modern workplaces that takes bullying, harassment and discrimination seriously.

In line with this, please join Civil Service Local for an interactive discovery session which looks at examples of bullying, harassment and discrimination in the workplace and how to manage it.

This discovery session will include:

  • exploring examples of bullying, harassment and discrimination in the workplace
  • discussing the long term impact bullying, harassment and discrimination can have on  both on individuals and the workplace
  • discussing and reflecting on ways to manage bullying, harassment and discrimination in the workplace

This session will also provide a much needed opportunity for delegates to reflect generally about the key issues surrounding this topic whilst being able to network and share experiences with each other.

It is open to all grades.

When: Thursday 13 December from 11am to 1pm

Where: HM Passport Office, 90-106 Victoria Street, Belfast, BT1 3GN.

Sign up for the session here.

If you have any questions, or require further information please don't hesitate to get in touch with us at lynn.cooper@cabinetoffice.gov.uk.

We hope to see you there!

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