At Think Wow we stand against bullying. We want to help stop bullying in the workplace.
A quarter of employees think issues like bullying and harassment are swept under the carpet in their organisation, while 15% of workers have experienced bullying first hand in the last three years.
Source - Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD)
We don't think that's good enough.
Workplace bullying ruins livelihoods, it causes homelessness, long term mental and physical health issues and, at its worst, it can even take lives.
We caught up with England Rugby World Cup Winner and Founder of the the Stand Up Foundation, Ben Cohen to talk about bullying and what needs to change before businesses take the issue more seriously.
FREE ANTI-BULLY HEALTHCHECK
Before you can start to combat bullying, you need to know if it is a problem in your organisation. We've partnered with critiQuie to help you ask the questions that really matter.
Eliminate the fear of speaking out with our 100% anonymous assessment tool
Understand how your employees feel about bullying
Learn how much your team trusts you to take action against bullying
Highlight any areas you need to work on
Receive a free report showing how your staff feel, how you compare to similar industries, and what you can do to improve
GET EXPERT ADVICE AND SUPPORT
Not all organisations have expertise within their own in-house HR team and some don't have an HR team at all. We want to help you stand up to bullying and have partnered with 1850 Business Solutions Ltd to help you access top quality HR advice.
They can advise on combatting a current bullying issue and
help you proactively prevent issues from ever arising in the first place.
Speak to a professional HR specialist to see how they can help.
WE SCOURED THE NET, SO YOU DON'T HAVE TO!
We want it to be be as easy as possible for you to get help combatting bullying, so we've included our favourite online resources below for you to access.
Help for employees
Help for employers
HELP US TO HELP OTHERS - GET SOCIAL!
Social media can be a very powerful tool. We want more businesses to think seriously about whether they have a bullying problem and we want more employers and employees to treat each other with kindness and respect.
You can show your support for this movement, and help us raise awareness of the issue by using the below hashtag on LinkedIn, sharing a photo of yourself holding a #JustBeKind sign and by continuing the kindness movement yourself with your every-day interactions.