Workplace bullies abuse their power through the use of technical legal jargon, or by expressing information in a complicated way. This section unpacks key legal terms and phrases and includes soundbites of law, supported by tools for reflection. It has been designed to make the field of employment law more digestible.
Once you gain an understanding of the words commonly used within the employment arena, you can establish a solid foundation upon which you can start to build your defence campaign. Once you have established that foundation for yourself, then you build your case against your employment perpetrator. Otherwise you remain under attack and your case falls over and you are worth more than that outcome.
This page has been created in honour of one woman. She was the most detrimental person to workers’ well-being, encountered while working in employment law and advocacy. She created confusion based on her ability to flip words, misuse phrases and disorient. The use of her law degree gave her credibility she did not deserve, or have. Her overbearing attitude led to the perception of confidence and, with bullying:
Perception is always key.