Training in bullying, discrimination and harassment is now a mandatory CPD point in at least one jurisdiction (South Australia) with the possibility of others introducing the same requirement. It is also a topic of huge importance as we see more and more extremely public examples of organisations getting it wrong, victims feeling unsafe at work, and workplaces in general struggling with the morale-lowering impact of this behaviour.
Many organisations are instituting annual ‘workplace respect’ training in order to tackle this issue and encourage a cultural shift.
But it’s not just employers who have responsibilities in relation to this conduct. All of us have legal and ethical responsibilities to take steps to eliminate bullying and harassing type behaviours in the workplace.
Presented by Emily Slaytor, Special Counsel, register now to hear the Employment Relations Team provide information on:
- What constitutes bullying and harassment behaviours
- How to identify this conduct
- What our legal and duty of care obligations are
- How to deal with this conduct at work, including reporting the behaviour
- How to respond to a complaint and provide support
- How to contribute to a culture where this behaviour is not tolerated
This session is relevant to people managers, employers and in-house counsel advising their organisations.
This presentation is available on demand delivered through the ON24 Webcast platform.
Thursday, 3 March 2022
1.00pm start AEDT (ACT/NSW/VIC/TAS)
12.30pm start ACDT (SA)
12.00pm start AEST (QLD)
11.30am start ACST (NT)
10.00am start AWST (WA)
If you have any queries or require further information, please contact our events team by email at [email protected].