Labor safety


Desirable to undesirable behaviors
Working on communication, (sexual) harassment and complaint

mr.dr.drs. Michael Boelrijk

2nd edition Online publication Amstelveen: ActUmail 2006, ISBN 978.90.78470.03.8

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Foreword 9

Introduction 11

A reason for concern 17
1.1 Introduction 17
1.2 What is the complaint in? 17
1.2.1 Sources of obligations 1918
1.2.2 Mandatory provisions 18
1.3 Working Conditions Act 1919
Summary 20

2 Definitions 21
2.1 Introduction 21
2.2 Undesirable behavior 21
2.3 Bullying 22
Stalking 2.4 22
2.5 Abuse of power 23
2.6 Sexual harassment 23
2.7 Aggression 24
2.8 Sources 24
2.9 Figures from the field 25
2.10 notions of ambiguity may 25
2.11 Good employment 26
2.12 Complaint 27
2.13 Confidential 27
2.14 Complaints 29
2.15 Complaints 29
Summary 29

3 Those involved in a complaint 31
3.1 Introduction 31
3.2 Stages 32
3.3 Role of management: collecting system 33
34 3.4 Company HELPER
3.5 34 Health Coordinator
3.6 Confidential 35
3.7 Mediator 36
3.8 Complaints 37
Summary 39

4 Behavior of the employer 41
4.1 Introduction 41
41 4.2 Welfare Workers
4.3 Interests of the employer 41
4.4 harassment policy 43
4.4.1 Complaints Regulations 1943
4.4.2 Protocol 44 complaints
4.4.3 Implementation OSH complaint 44
Aftercare support is 4.5 45
4.6 Make employer 45
4.7 Accuracy 45
4.8 Media Contacts 46
Summary 47

May 49 Complaint
5.1 Introduction 49
5.2 Functions of the 50 complaints
5.3 Usefulness of the 50 complaints
51 5.3.1 Conditions
51 5.3.2 Types of Research
5.4 52 Complaint
5.4.1 Admissibility complaint 53
5.4.2 Complaints Regulations 1954
5.4.3 Protocol 54 complaints
5.4.4 Work Complaints 55
5.4.5 Terms 56
5.4.6 Limited passivity 57
5.4.7 Confidentiality 57
Summary 58

6 59 Confidential
6.1 Introduction 59
Task 6.2 Definition 59
6.2.1 Position 61
6.2.2 Dilemmas 61
6.3 Skills 62
6.4 Personal notes 64
Unfair treatment 64 6.5 Prohibition
Summary 65

7 Complaints 67
7.1 Introduction 67
7.2 Avoiding Conflicts of Interest 67
Task 7.3 Definition 69
7.4 Accuracy 70
7.4.1 adversarial 70
7.4.2 Decisieverplichting 70
7.4.3 Reporting 71
7.4.4 Requirements for reporting 72
7.4.5 Evaluation Criteria 73
7.5 Finally, 73
8 Dispute Settlement 75
8.1 Introduction 75
8.2 Levels of resolution 1976
77 8.3 Arbitration
8.4 Civil Law 78
8.4.1 The contract Dissolution 79
8.4.2 Labour sanctions 82
8.5 Differences civil service law and civil law 83
8.6 Criminal 84
8.7 Criminal treatment of victims 85
8.8 Finally, 86

Mediation between the complainant and the accused September 89
9.1 Introduction 89
9.2 Land Survey 1989
9.3 Relationship Types 91
9.4 Interests of complainant 92
9.5 Interests of 93 accused
9.6 Procedure for conciliation 94
9.7 Conclusion 96

10 Confidentiality 97
10.1 Introduction 97
10.2 Breach confidentiality and rights 97
Privacy law 10.2.1 97
10.2.2 Freedom of expression 98
10.2.3 Right to petition 98
10.3 Confidentiality 98
10.4 Legal professional privilege 99
10.5 Professional for physicians 101
10.6 reporting and notifiable medical 103
10.7 Finally, 103

11 Sick Support 105
11.1 Introduction 105
11.2 Social insurance 106
11.3 Financial implications illness 106
11.4 The concept of illness 107
11.5 The concept of disability 107
11.6 situational disability 108
11.7 Information Law 109 employers
Judge disability 109 11.8
11.9 Policy 110 Sick
11.10 (Restricted) function Arbo 110
11.11 Gatekeeper Act 111
Summary 113

Labour 12 115 references
12.1 Introduction 115
Labour 12.2 concepts 116
12.2.1 Good employment 117
12.2.2 Reasonable measures 117
12.2.3 Other post 118
12.2.4 Proportionality disciplinary measures 118
12.3 Termination of employment 119
12.4 Application Procedure for the District 119
5.12 Damages 120
Summary 121

13 Criminal references 123
13.1 Introduction 123
13.2 Stalking 123
13.3 Insult 125
13.4 Insult 126
13.5 Defamation 126
Summary 127
Conclusion 129
Appendix A Complaints Rules 135
Agreement Annex B to the hiring of external complaints _een 144
Appendix C Working 1998 151
Literature and websites 178

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