Topic: Sexual harassment

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How to address and prevent workplace harassment

The AICD has published A director’s guide to preventing and responding to sexual harassment at work. It covers practical actions directors should be implementing. Here is a summary with a supporting c...

See something, say something

Bystanders who witness harassment in the workplace play an important role in either calling out inappropriate behaviour or enabling it to exist in the first place.

Know what you don't know

Only joking? The misconception that banter is less serious than other forms of sexual harassment needs to be debunked to bridge the knowledge gap, says AHRI CEO Sarah McCann-Bartlett FAICD.

How can workplaces stop the scourge of sexual harassment?

Australia is finally talking about sexual harassment. For boards and management, 2021 will be a critical year to lead on this central societal and political issue that has acute repercussions for work...

AICD Governance Snapshot: The board’s role in preventing workplace sexual harassment

The AICD encourages directors and management to work together to foster safe workplaces for their employees. There is no ‘one size fits all’ approach to responding to workplace sexual harassment.

The board’s role in preventing workplace sexual harassment

Sexual harassment is now recognised as an important governance issue. Organisations are considering the steps they must take to manage the risk and are shifting their focus from response to prevention...

Preventing workplace sexual harassment - obligations for directors

In January 2021, Safe Work Australia released new guidance aimed at assisting directors and officers discharge their duties under WHS laws to address the risk of sexual harassment occurring in the wor...
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