EEO legislation

Most employers are subject to both Federal and State EEO legislation. Each state and territory has a separately administered tribunal and court system overseeing these laws. In addition, employees in any state or territory may use the Federal court and tribunal systems.
 
Federal and State EEO laws provide that it is unlawful to discriminate against a person on certain prohibited grounds of discrimination. Discrimination is unlawful in the area of employment, which includes recruitment, during employment and termination of employment.
 
Employers with 100 or more employees are subject to extra legal requirements in relation to promoting and reporting on their practices that support equal opportunity for women in the workplace.

Conduct & Performance | EEO & Privacy

Preventing sexual harassment [infographic]

By on 16th Mar 2018

Employers and the general public are becoming increasingly aware of the issue of sexual harassment in Australian workplaces. Download our infographic with the latest statistics and suggestions for preventing sexual harassment.