Workplaces are a mixture of personalities and opinions. This can result in a constructive and diverse work environment, but unfortunately it can also lead to friction. But what should you do if that friction crosses the line and becomes bullying and/or harassment?
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Some people may avoid making claims for compensation because of a variety of myths that surround the claim process.
Bullying in the workplace is unacceptable and employers have a responsibility to their staff to ensure they are treated fairly at all times. Workplace mistreatment can cause mental injury, for which you may be eligible for compensation.
Work in hospitality can be a rewarding experience - if you've scored a casual gig making coffee or pouring beers, it's important to know your workplace rights