Bullying is repeated unreasonable behaviour against a person. It could be from your supervisor, colleague or manager and it could include:
being excluded from workplace activities.
Sexual harassment is an unwelcome sexual advance or request for sexual favours or unwelcome behaviour of a sexual nature that would make a person feel offended, humiliated and/or intimidated. It can be a one-off incident or repeated behaviour and could include:
Bullying is against the law. If you are experiencing bullying, you may be able to:
If you are experiencing bullying at work, you should get legal advice.
Sexual harassment is against the law. If you are experiencing sexual harassment, you may be able to:
If you are experiencing sexual harassment at work, you should get legal advice. Legal Aid NSW can provide legal advice about sexual harassment at work.