I experienced 30+ noted experiences of harassment and workplace bullying since beginning of 2013. I went on leave referred to workcover by my GP in early 2014 after a sexual harassment incident while I was pregnant. The ex-manager was coincidentally made redundant after I stopped going to work and said I might pursue legal advice. I was cohered to not take out workcover and that my employer would directly look after my mental health stemming from incidents. (I have not had any follow ups since that meeting) Two days after returning to work, a colleague lost his temper, smashed their keyboard and subsequently a flying plastic shard cut my eye and I was lucky that it didn't cause permanent damage and was left with laceration. As a gesture of goodwill, once I had recovered and returned to work again, I was moved to an area of the office on my own - now no one talks to me, I'm not assigned enough work to keep me sufficiently busy and I'm pretty much left to my own devices. Lately higher management have been asking me strange questions: how is life after the ex-manager ? You must be feeling great now that ex-manager has left ? - Generally trying to pry for a reaction. Additionally my new manager makes comparison to old boss that make me feel uncomfortable, an example being: yesterday I had to leave a few minutes early to pick up my son from daycare and my new manager said "5:25? I don't' know about that, you're here until 5:30pm". I said " I did come in early, however I will log back in for a few minutes" then new manager remarks "oh, hey I'm just joking with you; it's not like I'm "ex-manager, right?". Anyway I'm trying to forgive and forget - however with these comments, moving me into an isolated area and no longer giving me sufficient work, I feel angry, hurt and my self-esteem is waning. Can they create an environment where I feel I have no choice but to leave and is this legal?