The Bullying Advice Service FAQs section aims to help individuals to further understand what constitutes as bullying or harassment. It can be difficult to identify such behaviour, especially when it’s disguised as a normal part of the job or the organisation’s culture. Some may even believe that it’s just the nature of the industry they work in. Looking for support to create mentally healthy productions for your team? Find support through the Whole Picture Toolkit.
Remember: If you have experienced or witnessed any form of physical or sexual threat, harassment, abuse or criminal activity, you must contact the police.
It is essential to recognise that such behaviour is not acceptable and can have a significant impact on one’s mental health. If you’re unsure whether you’re facing bullying at work, we recommend reviewing the definitions of bullying, harassment, discrimination, and victimisation.
Please know that you are not alone, and we are here to support you. Please fill in our form to book an appointment.
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Bullying and harassment can also have an impact on your mental health. If you’re having issues and you’re unsure how to make sense of everything, our 24/7 Support Line is free, independent, and completely confidential. You can call us anytime on 0800 054 0000, and a member of our team can give you advice and support.
Bullying Advice Service FAQs
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