Preventing bullying of remote workers

What constitutes bullying

The pandemic brought a whole host of changes to the way we work on a daily basis. Remote working is now far more popular, with 24% of businesses in an Office of National Statistics June 2021 survey stating that they intended to use increased homeworking going forward.

Although the level of independence remote working provides can often promote better productivity, it can make it difficult for you to spot the signs of potential bullying among remote workers.

Bullying isn’t always visible and can often be delivered in subtle, covert ways. Remote working risks further hiding what already can be quite subtle. When you’re not in the same workspace as your people, it makes potential bullying even harder to spot.

Our HR and Employment Law experts have put together an exclusive guide to help you spot the signs of remote bullying in your workplace, including:

  • What are your legal responsibilities as an employer?
  • How can you help your employees?
  • How to handle bullying accusations in the workplace

Plus much more. If you’d like to get your hands on a copy, simply enter your details in the form opposite to download your FREE copy today. 

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