Slater & Gordon and Family Lives to host webinar on employee, employer and organisational risks of not adequately addressing workplace bullying

Workplace bullying webinar

Family Lives & Slater & Gordon will be inviting pre-moderated questions or comments about confrontation, intimidation and bullying at work – and advice on how to deal with it during the webinar session.

What is it?

Suzie Hayman of Family Lives and Deborah Casale of Slater & Gordon to host webinar on strategies to address workplace bullying.

Where is it?

Remotely via Family Lives to pre-register                               

When is it?

17th February 2015

What time is it?                     

Attendees are requested to click here for pre-Registration and to post questions. Webinar session from 7pm – 8pm.

What will be discussed?

Webinar attendees will be invited to submit questions to by Friday 13 Feb .  The webinar will address:

  • How to cope with confrontation or difficult colleagues
  • The risks involved with reporting difficult behaviour
  • The best ways of dealing with confrontation and bullying
  • Who one can turn to for help
  • Dealing with the mental and physical effects of bullying and confrontation

Deborah Casale, Principal Lawyer, Employment, Slater & Gordon (UK) LLP said:

“Bullying and harassment in the workplace can be devastating for victims, but people do not have to put up with it. Being harassed at work occurs in many different forms and the law can help to protect employees. At Slater and Gordon we know all-too-well the difficult bullying and harassment situations people can experience at work; by taking part in this seminar we hope we can help those and encourage those that are experiencing it to take action quickly.”

Suzie Hayman, Family Lives Trustee, Counsellor, Parenting Educator and Agony Aunt for Woman Magazine said:

“Bullying in all its forms not only affects individuals, it harms the whole family. It can be hard for people to recognise or acknowledge that what they are going through is not harmless office banter but workplace bullying. This webinar aims to encourage employers and employees to identify and raise awareness of inappropriate behaviour and actively support those who are bullied, rather than hide behind a wall of silence and look the other way when organisational abuse take place.”

For free and confidential advice about bullying, in all its forms contact Family Lives via or its free 24/7 helpline on 0808 800 2222.  Our Lawyers have vast experience of handling bullying and harassment at work claims, enabling them to empathise with people who have been bullied or harassed in the workplace. We ensure all our clients receive a prompt, responsive and sympathetic service. Slater & Gordon’s contact centre is open 24 hours a day 7 days a week via freephone 0800 916 9060 or contact them online.