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As you are aware, in recent years there have been ongoing reforms and much commentary around Respect@Work. Led by the Australian Human Rights Commission and Respect@Work Council there has been an evolving list of ideas around “best practice” for an employer when it comes to Respect@Work.
Whilst the focus has been on individual and organisational rights and responsibilities when it comes to sexual harassment in the workplace, we understand that Respect@Work is more far-reaching than sexual harassment training alone. In fact, sexual harassment is one component of a broader workplace relations and safety program when it comes to an employer’s obligation to create a safe, inclusive, and respectful workplace.
We invite you to our upcoming information session, where Nade Petreska from Mills Oakley will provide commentary on what is Respect@Work, and how to adopt a pragmatic and legally sound approach to meeting what is now being referred to as “best practice”.
Benefits of attending the information session: