Mobbing

Chronological overview

Mobbing asbl (Luxembourg Association against moral harassment and stress at work) was created in 2001 by Mrs Monique BREISCH, Mr Lex BREISCH and Dr Carlo STEFFES. It is the result of a campaign to prevent moral harassment since 1998.

Mobbing asbl was created in collaboration with the LCGB trade union and the Syprolux railways union and has been under contract since 2003 by the Ministry of Labour, Employment and Social and Solidarity Economy.

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Definition

The term "mobbing" is derived from the English word "to mob" and means to harass, attack, criticize someone.

According to the Convention of 25 June 2009 relating to harassment and violence at work, which was declared a general obligation by the Grand-Ducal regulation of 15 December 2009, moral harassment occurs when a person in the company commits deliberate, repeated and wrongful acts towards a worker or manager, which have as object or effect :

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Stages of harassment

Why and how can harassment arise?

The reasons for harassment can be organizational or individual in nature. However, a case rarely arises alone but is often a mixture of different causes.

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For employers

As the boss of a company, you can only benefit when you prevent bullying from occurring in your company. When you have a healthy work climate everyone benefits:

  • motivated staff
  • increase in work quality
  • strong identification of the staff with the company
  • lower absenteeism
  • high staff flexibility 
  • and the like

 All of the above points lead to an increase in the profitability of the company.

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For employees

You don't know if you are being harassed at work? Take the test.
You already know it and don't know how to handle the situation? What to do for victims of bullying.

You can find other documents that can help you in our publications section.

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Mobbing Asbl

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64, avenue de la Liberté
L-1930 Luxembourg
B.P. 2617 L-1026 Luxembourg

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