High school bullies risk their careers

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Sydney Morning Herald

High school bullies will get knocked back from working at clubs across NSW under a new program targeting their career prospects.

Clubs have joined local high schools in NSW’s Murray region to take a stand against “bullying, stalking, cyber stalking and threatening behaviour”.

Any person 22 or younger who wants to get a job at a registered club will need to get a verbal referee check from their high school.

If the school tells the club the job applicant has been involved in bullying or threatening behaviour, the applicant will get the thumbs down.

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