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Bullying Prevention

Wiply is strongly committed to creating a safe and positive school environment in which the academic performance and social, emotional, and physical well-being of all students is supported. Wiply supports programs and staff that promote healthy, caring, and responsible behaviors among social users.

What is Bullying?

Bullying, harassment, and intimidation are not tolerated in Wiply. Bullying is defined as unwanted, aggressive behavior that is intended to harm, intimidate or humiliate the targeted person, involves a real or perceived imbalance of power or strength, and is typically repeated over time or causes severe emotional trauma.

Bullying can take a variety of forms, such as:

  • Verbal bullying, which includes name-calling, making threats, insults, intimidation, remarks regarding race, gender, religion, physical abilities, sexual orientation, physical characteristics, or other forms of verbal abuse.
  • Physical bullying, which consists of hitting, kicking, tripping, spitting, pinching, pushing, or damaging someone's property.
  • Relational or social bullying, which is designed to hurt someone's reputation or relationships. It includes:
    • spreading rumors
    • embarrassing or humiliating someone publically
    • excluding or encouraging others to exclude someone
  • Cyberbullying, which is taunting or humiliation through the use of electronic technology such as cell phones, computers, tablets, and communication tools including social media sites, text messages, chat, and websites. It includes:
    • mean text messages and emails
    • rumors sent by email or posted on social networking sites
    • posting embarrassing pictures, videos, websites, or fake online profiles

Bullying does not include

  • ordinary teasing or horseplay
  • mutual arguments or peer conflict
  • isolated acts of meanness, aggression, social rejection or fights

Bullying can have damaging effects on those targeted by the behavior, those who witness the behavior, and those who engage in the behavior. In some cases, the negative impact of bullying can be long term and has the potential to cause emotional trauma.

We keep continues to provide practical and timely support to both adults and children; those bullied in the community, the home, the playground, and/or the workplace. In fact the  chat/group is unique and today it is the only organization of its kind run by qualified HR professionals.

This website is now a central source of useful and practical information. Whether you are the bully, the bullied, the employer, the employee, a dispute resolution service provider, an academic or just a member of the public seeking 'up to date' information - you will find practical support here on this group.


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