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Workplace Bullying

Workplace bullying in Queensland, Australia is defined as repeated and unreasonable behavior that creates a risk to health and safety. This can include actions such as verbal abuse, intimidation, belittling, and exclusion from work-related activities.

The state of Queensland has specific laws in place to address workplace bullying. The Work Health and Safety Act 2011 outlines the responsibilities of employers, managers, and workers to prevent and manage workplace bullying. If you're not being supported and kept safe, then your employer may not be acting lawfullyIf you have raised with with your employer, and it cannot be resolved, you only have six months to make a claim to the Fair Work Commission (FWC) or Queensland Industrial Relations Commission (QIRC).

If it is so bad that you are thinking about resigning, get advice first! You may have a claim for constructive dismissal. 
Workplace bullying
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