Thursday, April 18, 2024

NUPW launches anti-violence in workplace campaign


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THE NATIONAL UNION of Public Workers (NUPW) is looking to arrest violence in the workplace, which appears to be on the rise.
It launched a three-month campaign against psychological violence, during which they intend to conduct a survey to quantify the level at which workplace violence is occurring.
Staff was out this morning distributing flyers to the various businesses in the catchment area and talking to workers about the zero tolerance policy that is to be adopted here on in.
While the anti-violence campaign is an initiative of the NUPW, the other unions and organisations are being encouraged to join with the NUPW in the fight. A workshop and anti-violence march, which are both slated for May, also form part of the campaign.


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