DIGNITY AT WORK

DIGNITY AT WORK
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‘The Civil Service is committed to protecting dignity and respect across the organisation.’ The 2015 Dignity at Work Policy was developed in partnership between Civil Service management and staff unions and replaces the former policy, ‘A Positive Working Environment’.
The current policy aims to promote respect, dignity, safety, and equality in the workplace. Every member of staff should be aware that all forms of bullying, harassment, and sexual harassment are unacceptable and every member of staff has a duty to behave in an acceptable and respectful manner.
Why not contact the CSEAS? Resources listed below.

CSEAS Resources

Effective Communication

Effective Communication (Feature Article)

Anger Management

Civil Service Resources

The Civil Service Employee Assistance Service (CSEAS)

HR Units

Disability Liaison Officers

Dignity at Work: An Anti-Bullying, Harassment and Sexual Harassment Policy for the Civil Service

Information on Mediation within the Civil Service

State Resources

www.ihrec.ie – Irish Human Rights Equality Commission

www.hsa.ie – Health & Safety Authority

External Resources

Trade Unions

Mental Health Ireland – promoting positive mental health and well-being www.mentalhealthireland.ie