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|Title: ||Policy on bullying: a programme for positive action|
|Publisher: ||Irish Nurses Organisation|
|Issue Date: ||2-Oct-2012 |
|Description: ||Bullying in the workplace, regardless of who bullies who, is now
well recognised as a form of harassment. As with all forms of
harassment, bullying is totally unacceptable and there is no
excuse for any worker, regardless of their position, treating a
colleague worker with anything less than their due dignity.
This booklet is issued for members of the Irish Nurses
Organisation and anyone interested in ensuring that the nurse's
working environment is to be free from bullying.
As in our 1993 'Bill of Rights for Nurses and Midwives', we
exhort employers, nurse managers and all others, to work
together to draw up and give effect to a positive statement, and
to set guidelines, which will ensure that each nurse at work
treats her/his colleagues (nursing and others) with the respect
and dignity which one mature individual is expected to show to
another in any healthy and interchanging environment.|
|Appears in Collections: ||INMO|
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