Bullying and harassment

Everyone has the right to work in a climate of respect without being subject to intimidating, hostile or humiliating treatment

AMiE’S advice if you are being bullied

What is meant by bullying and harassement, how can it be spotted, and what can you do about it? AMiE is here to help.

AMiE’S advice if you are being bullied

What is meant by bullying and harassement, how can it be spotted, and what can you do about it? AMiE is here to help.

Bullying at work: A case study

"She really started gunning for me. It was very hard. I knew she was talking about me behind my back. She turned the school secretary against me. She wanted me out and she had done it before." Eleanor is one of the many members who was supported by AMiE when she was bullied by her headteacher.

Bullying at work: A case study

"She really started gunning for me. It was very hard. I knew she was talking about me behind my back. She turned the school secretary against me. She wanted me out and she had done it before." Eleanor is one of the many members who was supported by AMiE when she was bullied by her headteacher.

Bullying and harassment at work

Workplace bullying is a serious issue and can have terrible consequences for the victim. This leaflet looks at what is meant by bullying and harassement, how they can be spotted, and what individuals can do.

Putting a stop to bullying

Every school/college should have a policy to deal with issues arising from bullying to harassment of staff. This policy should provide that, where a properly-conducted investigation has established that bullying as taken place, this will be treated as a disciplinary matter.

Dealing with an allegation of bullying

Being accused of bullying or harassment is something no manager ever wants to face. But it does happen. This leaflet sets out the steps you can take if you find yourself in such a situation.