Preventing Workplace Harassment & Bullying in Public Sector Organisations Conference

29th & 30th June 2021

Everyone has the right to feel safe at work. Yet, not all workplaces are safe.

In Australia, nearly two in five women and one in four men have experienced sexual harassment in the workplace. Additionally, two in three employees have experienced bullying at work.

Workplaces have a clear responsibility to protect their employees from bullying and harassment but to do so effectively, requires a shift from reactive approaches that put the burden on individuals to proactive and preventative measures all workplaces can, and should, take.

The Preventing Workplace Harassment & Bullying in Public Sector Organisations conference will dig deep into the pressing issues facing Australian public sector workplaces and provide much needed clarity on what your legal, ethical and moral obligations are as a workplace, and as a leader. You will gain valuable insights and practical advice to help your workplace overcome the often missing link between what’s written in policy and procedure, and how it translates into practice.

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Key Takeaways

  • Lead culture & systems change in your workplace
  • Mitigate psychosocial risks & create a supportive & psychologically safe workplace
  • Understand the laws & regulations on workplace harassment & bullying
  • Respond to an allegation within your workplace
  • Implement a victim-focused process for reporting & investigations

Who should attend?

Executive and Senior leaders from Federal, State and Local Governments, including those with responsibility for:

  • People & Culture
  • Human Resources
  • Work Health & Safety
  • Health & Wellbeing
  • General Counsel & Legal Counsel

This event is also essential for Managers and Team Leaders looking to safeguard their workplace and create a culture of psychological safety.

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Use the code GC100 and save an additional $100 off the current price.