EEO Specialists offers a range of In-Person Workshops for different people in your workplace. All employees should be educated about what is okay and not okay behaviour in the workplace in relation to harassment, discrimination and bullying.
In addition, all state and local governments and statutory bodies must have a Code of Conduct, in accordance with the WA Public Sector Commission. Educating your staff in relation to this Code of Conduct is part of ensuring they are aware of and abide by it.
Managers and supervisors have an extra duty of care to provide a safe workplace. They and their employer can be held legally responsible if they permit unlawful behaviour to occur. Knowing how and when to hold someone to account is what this workshop is about.
Managers are responsible for enabling their staff to operate at an acceptable level of competence and performance. When an employee falls below the accepted level then it is the responsibility of the manager to performance manage the employee. This workshop teaches managers when and how to do it in an effective and legally sound manner in order to minimise unfair dismissal claims.
Workplaces exist in order to get things done and the only way things are done is through conversations and relationships. So effective communication is the key to getting things done. This workshop takes a fresh look at how to communicate effectively.
If you are a large organisation then it makes sense to have multiple people within your organisation that an employee can go to, to discuss and resolve a workplace issue. These people are called grievance officers and our two day workshop trains participants to know how to conduct an investigation following the legal principles of natural justice.
Large organisations should also give their staff access to an Employee Assistance Provider (EAP) and/or a contact officer within your organisation. A contact officer is a person trained to provide support, information and options for a person who has a workplace issue and is unsure what to do about it and wants to have a confidential conversation about it. We have a 1 day workshop to skill up an employee to become a contact officer.
If you want something different, that engages your staff and gets them to think about their actions then we have two interactive plays, one on workplace bullying and the other related to sexual harassment where the participants get to watch the drama un-fold, ask the characters questions and influence the outcome of their behaviours, while learning about the complexities of bullying or sexual harassment.
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