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Workplace bullying

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Where there’s a will, there’s a way: regulators and collaboration

The new regulatory model recommended by Respect@Work maximises and improves the existing legislative framework, recognising the right of workers to be free from sexual harassment is a human right, a workplace right and a safety right.
Report

Wellbeing at work: apprenticeships and mental health

Despite the importance of apprenticeships, almost half of young people who commence an apprenticeship will not finish it. This report examines how the mental health and wellbeing of apprentices can be better supported.
Report

Set the standard: report on the Independent Review into Commonwealth Parliamentary Workplaces

In March 2021, the Independent Review into Commonwealth Parliamentary Workplaces was established by the Australian government. Conducted by the Australian Human Rights Commission and led by the Sex Discrimination Commissioner, the review was asked to make recommendations to ensure that Commonwealth parliamentary workplaces are safe...
Report

Independent Review into Workplace Equality in Ambulance Victoria: final report volume 1

This report details widespread reports of incivility, disrespect, discrimination, sexual harassment, bullying and victimisation. It presents 24 recommendations, detailing changes that can be actioned immediately by Ambulance Victoria to begin rebuilding a safe, respectful and inclusive workplace.
Report

Independent Review into Commonwealth Parliamentary Workplaces: progress update 2021

The Independent Review into Commonwealth Parliamentary Workplaces was established in March 2021. This progress update outlines the work of the review to date, including the methodology.
Report

Review of harassment in the legal profession: final report

This review considered the existing South Australian regulatory framework, policies and procedures that apply to members of the legal profession and staff who work in a legal workplace, as well as best practice in responding to and preventing workplace harassment.
Report

Bullying, culture and related issues in New Zealand Police

This document reports findings from an independent review of bullying and related cultural issues within the New Zealand Police.
Report

Do better — Independent review into Collingwood Football Club’s responses to incidents of racism and cultural safety in the workplace

This review focuses on the responses of the Collingwood Football Club to incidents of racism and cultural safety in the workplace, and the adequacy of the processes for addressing it.
Report

Purea Nei: Changing the culture of the legal profession

This report seeks to understand how to change the sexist, bullying culture often experienced by many female lawyers working in the New Zealand legal profession.
Report

Bullying in the SA health and community services sector

The purpose of this report is to provide key findings relevant to workplace bullying based on data obtained from all Australian states and territories in the year 2014/2015.
Report

Bullying and harassment in the New Zealand parliamentary workplace

This report contains the findings and recommendations of the independent external review into harmful behaviour within the parliamentary workplace. The review, carried out by independent external reviewer, Debbie Francis, took five months and makes 85 recommendations.
Report

Us too? Bullying and sexual harassment in the legal profession

Following the largest-ever global survey of legal professionals, this International Bar Association (IBA) report identifies startling rates of bullying and sexual harassment in the legal profession and makes ten recommendations for legal workplaces to address the crisis.
Report

The economic costs of sexual harassment in the workplace

This report estimates the economic costs of workplace sexual harassment in Australia. Estimating the cost of workplace sexual harassment to the Australian economy is intended to increase awareness of the issue and its impacts by bringing new evidence to light regarding its various costs and...
Survey

Everyone’s business: fourth national survey on sexual harassment in Australian workplaces

The Australian public has rightly demanded to know more about the pervasiveness and impact of workplace sexual harassment and to see concerted action taken to prevent this behaviour from occurring. Government and employers need reliable data to inform their actions and responses to workplace sexual...
Report

Emergency services agencies

This inquiry was established in May 2017, to examine the policy response to bullying, harassment and discrimination in certain emergency service agencies.
Draft report

Australian live performance industry: draft code of practice

This draft code is part of a comprehensive package of measures strongly supported by LPA’s Executive Council to deal with discrimination, harassment, sexual harassment and bullying in the workplace.
Report

Developing a workplace bullying risk audit tool

This project, funded by a SafeWork SA Commissioned Research Grant (CRG), is innovative in creating an evidence-based practical tool to assess the risk of workplace bullying before it occurs.
Case study

Turning the tide on bullying and poor workplace cultures: case studies

These case studies demonstrate that while workplace bullying can come in many different forms, there are a number of common approaches that have been successfully employed to help turn the tide on bullying in the workplace and improve workplace cultures.
Report

Sex discrimination, sexual harassment and predatory behaviour in South Australia Police

The Equal Opportunity Commission (EOC) of South Australia was commissioned by South Australia Police (SAPOL) to undertake a review about the nature and the extent of sex discrimination, sexual harassment and predatory behaviour in SAPOL and make recommendations to address it.
Report

Bullying and harassment in Australian workplaces: results from the Australian workplace barometer 2014/15

Bullying was measured using both a widely accepted international definition and the Australian definition used by Safe Work Australia. The prevalence rates using the international and the Australian definitions were similar: 9.7 per cent and 9.4 per cent of Australian workers respectively reported they had...