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Are Employers Liable for Employees’ Psychiatric Injuries Due to Proper Performance Management?

A nurse who suffered a psychiatric injury due to a performance management process has been unable to establish that her employer had breached its duty of care towards her. The case illustrates the importance of showing actual bullying, rather than a perception of bullying, in claims of this type, particularly when a performance management process is underway.

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