Bullying and Harassment
Online Training for Employees

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An interactive and engaging online course on bullying and harassment for employees.

This course covers:

  • an outline of the law surrounding bullying and harassment at work
  • how the Equality Act affects the decisions you make at work
  • the importance of inclusivity
  • spotting the signs of bullying and harassment
  • challenging and reporting non-compliant behaviour
  • practical tips to promote inclusivity
  • dealing with bullying and harassment in the workplace

“A massive 29% of employees reported being bullied at work, according to a TUC survey. Of these, 35% left their jobs because of bullying and 46% said it affected their performance.”

How it works

This interactive and engaging eLearning course is designed to raise awareness of bullying and harassment at work, and to minimise lost productivity due to absence and low morale.

The benefits of choosing Engage in Learning

  • engaging and interactive online training
  • personalise courses with our easy-to-use in-course editor
  • variable playback speed
  • choice of 100 languages
  • downloadable ebooks designed to boost knowledge retention and support implementation at work
  • learn using desktop, laptop, smartphone or tablet
  • accredited, five-star-rated courses
  • LMS or cloud-based training

Bullying and Harassment Workplace Training Online Course Features:

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Bullying and harassment online course

Have you ever thought seriously about harassment and bullying in the workplace? According to a TUC survey 29% people reported being bullied at work? The implications for this are staggering not only in terms of lost productivity due to absence but also the effect on staff morale and mental health.

There have also been some alarming statistics published around Bullying but most worryingly of all 35% people left their jobs because of bullying and 46% said it affected their performance.

As you probably know most organisations have a zero-tolerance approach to bullying and harassment. This online course will help you build awareness of what bullying means in the workplace, for employees. This course shows you examples of bullying and harassment, reviews the relevant laws and suggested HR processes and how to deal with an incident.

A downloadable eBook is also included which the learner may refer to in the future.