How is an employer accountable under EEO law?

The law generally holds an employer responsible for discrimination or harassment that occurs in the workplace by its employees. This is called vicarious liability. If however, the employer can show that it took all reasonable steps to prevent the discrimination or harassment occurring, then the employer may not be responsible.

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.