There are legal and duty of care requirements for employers and management to take all reasonable steps to eliminate discrimination, bullying, harassment and violence in the workplace. This includes ensuring that relevant legislation and company policies and procedures are understood and followed by everyone in the workplace by to inappropriate workplace behaviours.
The Fair Treatment – Workplace Discrimination, Bullying & Harassment workshop is designed to ensure that managers and supervisors understand their role in promoting a respectful workplace culture, achieving legal compliance and undertaking effective complaint handling.
Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:
- Understand why individual perceptions can differ
- Understand legislative compliance requirements associated with preventing and addressing discrimination, bullying and harassment in the workplace
- Understand the business case for the prevention of discrimination, bullying and harassment
- Identify types and examples of inappropriate workplace behaviours
- Identify resolution options
- Respond to any instances of inappropriate workplace behaviour that may occur
What to expect?
This one-day workshop provides up-to-date knowledge regarding legal and duty of care obligations, including anti-bullying measures. It examines how to identify and address discrimination, bullying, and harassment, and looks at prevention tools to ensure the organisation maintains appropriate workplace behaviours that align with your company culture.
The workshop format is inclusive of facilitator-led discussion, activities, skills practice, templates and resources.
Who should attend?
The course is suitable for HR practitioners, managers and employees looking to broaden their knowledge and skills regarding workplace discrimination, bullying and harassment.
Corporate in-house training
This course can be also customised and delivered in-house, for up to 20 people, for a more cost-effective solution.
For any queries or questions, contact a NatRoad team member on (02) 6295 3000 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.