Definition of Discrimination
Franca mentioned that when going through the video library there were a few videos that said video unavailable – can you please find them and get them back up?
6 Easy to learn principles
Governor Andrew Cuomo’s resignation speech is the perfect example of why people sometimes accidentally cross the line and say and do things that are inappropriate and unlawful.
Our Dobbing Culture
Workplace culture is just the collection of all the things we say and do at work. When you see a colleague do something inappropriate in the workplace, it is both for that colleagues’ benefit and for the benefit of the workplace as a whole that you do something about it.
As sexual harassment allegations continue to flow out of parliament, we look at a key factor involved in many sexual harassment cases, power imbalance.
Larrikin or Larry Can’t?
This play explores why good people sometimes get it wrong and cross the line into sexual harassment.
When is banter just banter and ok and when does it cross the line into bullying? A great question which Franca answers in the video below.
We love working with our partner The Experience Lab to deliver content which is both engaging and interactive. Watch this video to find out more.
Principles of EEO Workshops – Video 1
In our EEO workshops, Franca teaches 5 over-arching principles, the first of which she discusses in this video. Stay tuned for a 2nd video which discusses the other 4 principles.
Principles of EEO Workshops – Video 2
In this second video, Franca discussed the remaining 4 principles she covers when conducting EEO workshops.
In this video, Franca explains what Fact-Story Looping is. Watch here to find out more.
How to Stop the Fact – Story Looping
Franca gives you 4 options of what you can do to avoid the fact-story looping.
Having a Repair Conversation
What do we do after the conversation we had with someone went badly? Listen how to have a repair conversation with the person
What’s Been Happening in Australia in Relation to Sexual Harassment, Discrimination and Bullying from 20 November 2023 – 26 November 2023
AHRC Hosts Positive Duty Webinar It’s only two weeks out from when the powers of the AHRC and their positive duty are live on the 12th December 2023. This webinar hosted by the AHRC is a great opportunity to hear what powers the Commission have, how they will use them and how a workplace can be compliant. Students Reject Apology Over Antisemitic Bullying at Melbourne School Two students have rejected an apology by the education department after being subjected to antisemitic bullying. Former students at Brighton Secondary College, Joel and Matt Kaplan, Liam Arnold-Levy, Guy Cohen and Zack Snelling took the state, the school, two teachers and the principal to trial last year. In September this year, Chief Justice Mortimer found that the students “were not protected from bullying, discrimination […]
What’s Been Happening in Australia in Relation to Sexual Harassment, Discrimination and Bullying from 13 November 2023 – 19 November 2023
Cost Reforms Introduced to Better Protect Applicants in Discrimination Matters On Wednesday this week, the Albanese Government introduced the Australian Human Rights Commission Amendment (Costs Protection) Bill 2023. The bill would implement the Government’s response to Recommendation 25 of the Respect@Work report. The report had previously found that applicants were “often deterred from proceeding to court with sexual harassment matters because of the risk of having to pay a respondent’s costs.” However, by preventing a court from ordering an applicant to pay a respondent’s costs other than in certain circumstances, this Bill will remove a “significant barrier for those seeking justice through federal court proceedings for unlawful discrimination matters.” The Bill reflects the outcome of the analysis conducted by the Senate Legal and Constitutional Affairs Legislation Committee. University of Tasmania[…..]