Workplace bullying – why doesn’t the legislation work?

The LIV will give evidence to a House of Representatives committee looking into workplace bullying next Wednesday, 11 July. The LIV is concerned that current State based legislation is inadequate in addressing this issue. We will call for a nationally recognised legislative definition of bullying as well as access to a quick, cost effective civil remedy through an appropriate tribunal for bullying in the workplace.

“Brodie’s law” ineffective
Deputy chair of the LIV Workplace Relations Section, Moira Rayner, will give evidence before the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Education and Employment in Melbourne.


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