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[ARCHIVED] Skills for survival, solutions and strategies [online] : papers from the 2002 Adelaide international workplace bullying conference (Adelaide, South Australia : 20-22 February 2002)

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Internet only - free access
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Parkside, S. Aust.: Australian Education Union
Year:
2002
ISBN-ISSN:
0958862168
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Conference proceeding
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Publications previously produced by SafeWork SA and ReturnToWorkSA (previously WorkCoverSA) are made available online via this Library catalogue for research purposes only. This title may reference superseded South Australian legislation, include links to web pages that have moved or no longer exist, or may refer to other documents that are no longer available. 

Includes papers on: Workplace violence and diversity - strange bedfellows; The challenge of bullying as an OHS problem - the Australian experience; Bullying at work - a plague in France; Addressing workplace bullying - the South Australian Workplace Bullying Project; From theory to practice - mapping the policy implementation process; The bullying of students in the workforce; Moving to an organisational culture of respect and collaboration; Workplace bullying - learning from a decade of research; Dealing with bullying in the workplace; Bullying - a suitable case for legal treatment; Perfect policies, putrid practices - workplace bullying in the public sector; Silent victims of the third party workplace violence - family members; Invitations to responsibility - promoting respectful solutions to those who have perpetrated workplace bullying and harassment; A systemic, organisational approach to eliminating workplace bullying; An apple a day - workplace bullying in medicine; An investigation into workplace bullying and school culture in Irish post-primary schools; Culture and relationships; Workplace violence in the health sector - a country case study; Bullying and the South Australian legislation - WorkCover uncovers the bare facts; An out of control bushfire! - workplace bullying and indigenous cultural indifference in the Northern Territory; Workplace bullying - a shared responsibility to help; Work trauma from the bullied target's perspective; Workplace bullying - a risk management approach; Workplace bullying - a risky business; What is this thing we call 'bullying'? - revisiting our thinking after 10 years of study; Workplace bullying - organisational responses; Workplace bullying and new public management approaches; and Implementing anti-bullying and harassment strategies in the public health system - a case study of the Lyell McEwin Health Service.
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