What’s Been Happening in Australia in Relation to Sexual Harassment, Discrimination and Bullying from 11 March 2024 – 17 March 2024

Custody Officer at a Justice Complex Unfairly Dismissed The Fair Work Commission heard an unfair dismissal case in relation to a worker who was dismissed from his position as a custody officer at a justice complex (court). The worker was involved in an incident with a Person in Custody (PIC), during which the worker head-butted […]

What’s Been Happening in Australia in Relation to Sexual Harassment, Discrimination and Bullying from 10 July 2023 – 16 July 2023

Survey Finds Half of Female Engineers Experienced Discrimination and Harassment A recent report published by Professionals Australia has found that over one half of female engineers surveyed in Australia have experienced gender-based discrimination in the last three years. The report involved a survey of over 1,400 engineers across Australia on topics including experiences at work[…..]

What’s Been Happening in Australia in Relation to Sexual Harassment, Discrimination and Bullying from 1 May 2023 – 7 May 2023

Survey Finds 4 out of 10 Workers Bullied in South Australian Local Government A recent survey by the Australian Services Union (ASU) has found that almost 1 in 2 South Australian local government workers have experienced workplace bullying. According to the article, of the 385 local government workers surveyed, 45% of respondents had witnessed bullying[…..]

What’s Been Happening in Australia in Relation to Sexual Harassment, Discrimination and Bullying from 17 August 2020 – 23 August 2020

AMP shareholders Speak Out About Previous Handling of Sexual Harassment Complaint A week ago, Julia Szlakowski, a former AMP executive who was sexually harassed in 2017, by her then boss, Boe Pahari, spoke out for the first time to express anger that he was promoted to chief executive of AMP Capital while she had been[…..]

What’s Been Happening in Australia in Relation to Sexual Harassment, Discrimination and Bullying from 13 July 2020 – 19 July 2020

Victoria Decides to Review Lawyers Conduct in Relation to Sexual Harassment Victorian Chief Justice Anne Ferguson has initiated a review into the culture at Victorian law firms and courts. The review, which aims to address issues of sexual harassment across the profession, is set to be led by former commissioner of the Victorian Equal Opportunity[…..]