1.5 CPD Hours

  • On Demand Event
    Complete online in your own time (Self-paced)
    • $200.00 excl. GST


Relevant and practical advice.

Workplace bullying is a major problem in New Zealand. It can lead to a staggering loss of productivity, high staff turnover, employment litigation, and health and safety prosecution. Even minor bullying can cost a company thousands in lost productivity.

Some workplaces accept bullying as part of the job. However, the Employment Relations Authority has clearly ruled that workplaces must take active steps to address bullying. Bullying is a workplace ‘hazard’, which employers must eliminate or minimise for legal compliance.

In this webinar, you will learn why it is important to address workplace bullying, including the legal implications. This webinar will empower managers to take action where in the past they may have been unsure how to act.

In particular, find out:

  •  Effects of bullying on individuals and organisations
  •  What behaviour constitutes bullying
  •  Factors that increase potential for bullying
  •  How to prevent workplace bullying
  •  Investigating bullying complaints
  •  How to address bullying behaviours


Identify the subtle behaviours which lead to bullying.

Consider an employer’s legal implications related to bullying, and how to reduce the risk of litigation.

Find out how to prevent bullying in the workplace, and create a culture which allows for complaints.

Discover ways to address bullying in the workplace.


26 October 2016


Business Owners, CEOs, Managers, Human Resource Professionals, Team Leaders, anyone who employs or manages staff across every profession and industry,  including government, education, law, accounting, construction, government, and hospitality


Michael Hempseed, Managing Director, Employee Solution Service Ltd

Julia Shallcrass, Employment Law Consultant, Workplace Training