'Have a paper trail' - on workplace bullying, prejudice and other labour matters

Labour specialist Natasha Moni says a paper trail is vital in instances of workplace bullying, discrimination or intimidation.

Read: Stories about horrible bosses (and how to handle workplace bullying)

Moni adds that lodging grievances with HR officials or through other formal structures will help establish evidence should there be any disciplinary or legal process.

Read also: What is constructive dismissal? (and how to prove it)

She offers advice to listeners who shared their personal stories about unfair labour practice.

With bullying, it's your paper trail and lodging complaints.

Natasha Moni, labour specialist Director at Moni Attorneys Incorporated, Part time commissioner at CCMA

It seems these bad managers who rule by fear implore the tactic of 'do it, or else'.

Natasha Moni, labour specialist Director at Moni Attorneys Incorporated, Part time commissioner at CCMA

Sometimes the anxiety that they [bad managers] put on to people, send them into depression. Depression isn't suffered by the weak.

Natasha Moni, labour specialist Director at Moni Attorneys Incorporated, Part time commissioner at CCMA

Listen to the entire World of Work segment on The Eusebius McKaiser Show:


This article first appeared on CapeTalk : 'Have a paper trail' - on workplace bullying, prejudice and other labour matters


Recommended

by NEWSROOM AI
Read More
[LISTEN] 'David Genaro has colonised every cell inside me'

[LISTEN] 'David Genaro has colonised every cell inside me'

Actor Jamie Bartlett chats to Eusebius about his long-running role on Rythm City, his childhood and being a father.

Understanding the power dynamics between doctor and patient

Understanding the power dynamics between doctor and patient

Clinical psychologist Cassandra Govender says it is dangerous to give too much control of your life to your practitioner.

[LISTEN]  The use of lawfare in SA and the Gordhan vs Mkhwebane case

[LISTEN] The use of lawfare in SA and the Gordhan vs Mkhwebane case

Analysts give their perspective on the case as well as the politics surrounding it.

'I should have told the Sunday Times the pot smoking was irrelevant'

'I should have told the Sunday Times the pot smoking was irrelevant'

Investigative journalist Jacques Pauw says he's sorry for any harm caused in his article on Mkhwebane and her principal witness.

Sexual and emotional abuse: Does forgiving your perpetrator help with healing?

Sexual and emotional abuse: Does forgiving your perpetrator help with healing?

Clinical sexologist Dr Eve says research that shows the way to heal is through self-forgiveness, self-compassion, self-care.

[LISTEN] 'There is a deep wounding associated with the Verwoerd name'

[LISTEN] 'There is a deep wounding associated with the Verwoerd name'

Eusebius McKaiser has an in-depth discussion with apartheid leader Hendrik Verwoerd's grandson, Wilhelm.

Popular articles
Capitec Bank has the strongest brand of any company in South Africa

Capitec Bank has the strongest brand of any company in South Africa

Castle Lager came in second, followed by FNB, Black Label, Discovery and Vodacom, according to the 2019 Brand Finance report.

I haven’t saved. I intend to work well into my 100s - Leon Louw (FMF)

I haven’t saved. I intend to work well into my 100s - Leon Louw (FMF)

Bruce Whitfield talks to Leon Louw (Free Market Foundation) about his attitude toward money (hopes, fears, successes, failures...)

3 best JSE and offshore shares to buy, right now (by Anchor Capital)

3 best JSE and offshore shares to buy, right now (by Anchor Capital)

The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield asks Henry Biddlecombe (an analyst at Anchor Capital) for his stock picks of the week.

Advisor scams pensioners out of R100 million with promises of 14% returns

Advisor scams pensioners out of R100 million with promises of 14% returns

Bruce Whitfield interviews Phillip de Wet (Business Insider), Robert Walton (Boutique Collective Investments) and Brandon Topham.

'I've been poor. I remember the angst, the depression'

'I've been poor. I remember the angst, the depression'

The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews Lira about her attitude to money (hopes and fears, successes and failures, etc.).

'We find connections between gangs in Cape Town, Johannesburg and Durban'

'We find connections between gangs in Cape Town, Johannesburg and Durban'

Global Initiative against Transnational Organised Crime's Simone Haysom says gangs operate far broader than the Western Cape.

'I should have told the Sunday Times the pot smoking was irrelevant'

'I should have told the Sunday Times the pot smoking was irrelevant'

Investigative journalist Jacques Pauw says he's sorry for any harm caused in his article on Mkhwebane and her principal witness.

I decided to make this Rihanna song with my maskandi vision - Mbuzeni Mkhize

I decided to make this Rihanna song with my maskandi vision - Mbuzeni Mkhize

After South African star Mbuzeni Mkhize performed a remix of Rihanna's track 'Diamonds' she contacted him to collaborate with her.

What are the best investment options if you decide to go it alone?

What are the best investment options if you decide to go it alone?

Certified financial planner Paul Roelofse gives the lowdown on the money market, retail bonds and exchange-traded funds.