Pamphlets, Websites and Social Media (Workplaces)

Bullying, harassment and discrimination

Employment New Zealand provides information and advice on why bullying, harassment and discrimination must be investigated. The person affected must also be supported by the employer.

Bullying prevention toolbox

(2017, March last updated). Worksafe.

The toolkit includes the recently updated Good Practice Guideline Preventing and Responding to Bullying at Work and other guidance for small businesses and workers.

Report online incidents with NetSafe

Internet safety organisation NetSafe provides a timely and effective service for victims of cyber-bullying to get help. If you've been cyber-bullied you can fill out an online form or call 0508 NETSAFE (638723).

What to do if you're being cyberbullied 

(2016). Ministry of Justice.

The Harmful Digital Communications Act 2015 is bringing in new ways to help victims of cyberbullying and other modern forms of harassment and intimidation. A flowchart shows how victims can get help. 

Bullying: Getting picked on so much it’s wearing you down?

Bullying is a serious problem that can disrupt your life and lead to physical and emotional health problems. If you’re going through any problems like this because of bullying, have a korero to someone you trust or check out this site.


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“Kōrero Mai, Kōrero Atu, Mauri Tū, Mauri Ora – Speak Up, Stand Together, Stop Bullying!”