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If you have been bullied, harassed, or treated differently because you have raised or complained about discrimination in the workplace you may be able to bring a further claim for victimization.
"The Worst thing one can do is not to try, to be aware of what one wants and not give in to it, to spend years in silent hurt wondering if something could have materialized- and never knowing" David Visconti.
Ring today for confidential advice, you do not have suffer discrimination and have a employer ruin your life
You do not have to be treated like a second class citizen in the workplace. You have rights in the various tribunal systems for compensation, an apology or counseling assistance if required.
Please be aware of the following timelines:
14 days to lodge a unfair dismissal claim
60 days to lodge a unlawful dismissal claim
one year to lodge a discrimination complaint.
These timlines are strictly enforced, if you have a legimate reason for being outside these timelines you may still be able to lodge a claim, call us to discuss your situation.
We are the only serious advocacy organization and web site dedicated to only assisting the employee, this avoids conflicts of interest and we are dedicated to helping you.
Is your child a victim of school violence, discrimination or bullying?
WE CAN HELP
School bullying has increased dramatically in the
last decade. School violence and bullying has fast become a heated topic for discussion, with the state
governments and other professional organisation’s launching special task forces with a mission to raise
awareness, devise and implement proactive measures in order to combat and eliminate harassment in our
places of employment. In my opinion, this has not come quickly enough, or effective with many school
children being subject to bullying and in many cases discrimination, whether in a passive or a directly
confrontational way without recourse. So what is bullying?
Is your child's school a toxic environment?
Does your child's school have a high staff or student turnover rate?
While bullying should not be tolerated and reported to the senior school management immediately there are a number of strategies you can follow in order to address certain situations, before they escalate out of control.
Don’t become defensive or respond in kind by yelling abuse back in return to the bullying. This will only add fuel to the fire and allow the abuser to see that they have successfully manipulated your child into becoming upset. (if you make a claim to the Equal Opportuntiy Commssion, you have to be careful they don't blame you for being the perpetrator of the allegation)
Record each and every event so that you have documented proof of each of the occurrences. [Keep this record at home.]
Assess and evaluate your child's school culture to see whether these type of bullying tactics are accepted or whether this is just an isolated incident. This is important from the prepspectve of discrimination, have your child been singled out because your race or disability etc? (check discrimination and harassment page for a full list of the grounds), If bullying is rife within the institution you may wish to re-evaluate your desire for you child to attend such an institution.
Look after your child both physically and emotionally. Perhaps talk about this with someone outside your school community. Use your support network: friends and family may be able to provide assistance. Approach your school's HR department or the Department of Education, a Supervisor or Manager and request support and assistance in dealing with this situation. [They should do all in their power to stop the harassment / bullying]. If all else fails, consult an advocate who specializes in school bullying Issues. (we offer free, understanding advice)
Seek support from a Doctor, Therapist or Counselor.
In many instances it may be appropriate to lodge a claim, our experience is that claims are notoriously difficult to get accepted for bullying. It is important to consult your doctor.
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Some Statistics for workplace bullying:
# 21% or 1 in 5 workers are bullied.
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