Bullying - know who to contact
If you want assistance, it’s important to know who to contact for your situation.
Immediate emotional support
If you need emotional support, the following services may help:
- Lifeline on 13 11 14 – 24-hour counselling service providing emotional support in times of crisis
- Mental Health Line on 1800 011 511 – 24-hour support service across NSW that can connect you with a mental health professional
- Headspace on (02) 9114 4100 – a national youth mental health foundation that helps young people between 12 and 25 who are going through a tough time.
Contact the Anti-Discrimination Board if the issue is about:
- age carer's responsibilities
- marital or domestic status
- transgender status
Your rights at work
Contact the Fair Work Ombudsman if the issue is about:
- not being paid the right amount
- being forced to do things against your will
- being discriminated against
- not getting the right amount of leave or other conditions you're entitled to
- being threatened by your employer
- a sham contract
Contact the Fair Work Commission if the issue is about unfair dismissal or unlawful termination.
Violence or threats of violence
A stop bullying order
If you believe you have been bullied at work, you may be eligible to apply to the Fair Work Commission for an order to stop the bullying.