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Managing bullying in the workplace seminar

Athlone Mental Health Ireland and the Health and Safety Authority have come together in association with the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work to present national mental health and wellbeing in the workplace seminars in October.

Galway author of bullying survey calls for zero tolerance

An NUI Galway professor is calling for hospitals and health care facilities to implement a zero tolerance policy on workplace bullying after a national survey revealed a 13 per cent hike in reported incidences among nurses and midwives.

Bullying and the role of the bystander

Bullying can happen to anyone at any age. It can happen in a variety of places; in school, on the way to and from school, in your neighbourhood or even at home on your phone, tablet or computer.

Bullying and the role of the bystander

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Bullying can happen to anyone at any age. It can happen in a variety of places; in school, on the way to and from school, in your neighbourhood or even at home on your phone, tablet or computer.

Recent Developments in Employment Law Seminar

The Recent Developments in Employment Law Conference will explore the hot topics of the day for HR practitioners and legal professionals. The law in this area has become complex in recent years and it's a challenge to keep up with all the recent legislative and judicial developments.

Author on bullying wants to change the dictionary definition of the term

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The author of an award winning book on bullying is spearheading an online global campaign to change the dictionary definition of the word.

Do not suffer in silence from cyber-bullying

The tragic death of 13-year-old Erin Gallagher, from Ballybofey, Co Donegal, which was due to cyber-bullying has thrown the spotlight on how widespread this form of bullying is, and has sparked a very important debate on how such horrific abuse can be stamped out.

Public needed for bullying series

Firebrand Productions and clinical psychologist David Coleman are currently producing a three-part television series for RTÉ education on the subject of bullying.

Bullying still being swept under the carpet, says author

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Little monitoring of bullying incidents takes place in Ireland, a new book published by a Galway-based author claims.

Time for city councillors to cop on or go

The political events and the economic fallout from the past few months have led to a situation where the general public is now less accepting of any posturing or gombeenism. They have all been through the mill financially at the start of this new year and there is no appetite for the sort of political games that might have taken place in more affluent times. The only thing that the public want of their politicians now is that they go in, do their job, be as respectful and accommodating as possible and that in return the public servants work with them to ensure the services that we all need are provided to the highest standard.

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