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Did You Know?

You could be entitled to compensation if you are a victim of sexual harassment in the workplace.

What Should You Do?

If it is urgent please call us on 1800 333 666. We are here to listen.

Do not quit your job

Many people who have been sexually assaulted or harassed quit their job. If you do this, the aggressor wins. You have the right to work! We can help you stand your ground and stand up for your rights the correct way. If you have been forced to resign we are still able to help.

Take the matter to a higher authority

Many CEOs and managers are dreadfully afraid of sexual harassment cases. If a co-worker is pestering you with sexual advances, talk to someone in the company, such as your direct manager, Human Resources.

Document and keep records

This sometimes is not easy, do you best note down dates, times places where sexual advances, harassment has occurred.

Keep copies of emails, text etc, store your records away from the workplace.

Do not suffer in silence

If the sexual harassment doesn’t stop, Employers have not dealt with your complaint as outlined above. Call us today!
1800 333 666

*We are not lawyers nor does anything we state constitute as legal advice.

75% of Sexual Harassment Claims Get Paid out before they ever see court

Contacting Someone Who Cares is the First Step

Pursuing a Sexual Harassment Claim

Pursuing a claim on your own can be emotionally stressful, especially if you’re looking for new employment, dealing with difficult personal circumstances, or forced to confront the person who sexually harassed you. Having a representative means we take the workload and stress of pursuing a claim off your hands and give you the peace of mind you deserve. We stand up for your rights.

EMPOWER YOURSELF

When you speak with us at sexual harassment Australia, you can expect empathy, compassion and understanding. We understanding making the first call can be uneasy at times as often clients need to work through gatekeepers, secretaries and assistants both prior and during a case. We handle all cases personally and remain with you throughout the whole process. 

We take pride in being accessible and easy to reach. Our lines are open 7 days a week and every case will be  evaluated personally, for free. If you choose to move forward, he will be beside you through every phase of the legal process.

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whether it is a coworker, a boss, a teacher or professor.

Make the Pig Squeal

No one, at any time or place deserves to be sexually harassed.
We are a team of industrial relations advocates who know exactly what you are going through. We are here to support, and help you understand your rights moving forward.

Where can I lodge a Sexual Harassment complaint?

*Be advised the Equal Opportunity Commission are there to process your claim not help you.

In all states, employees can lodge an application to the Fair Work Commission or the Australian Human Rights Commission. There are however strict rules about where employees can apply and they do depend on the employees’ unique circumstances and what Australian state the harassment occurred in. In order to determine which avenue to pursue, please give us a free call on 1800 333 666.

In Victoria specifically, employees can lodge an application to the Victorian Equal Opportunity Commission or have the matter referred to the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal.

In New South Wales, employees can lodge an application to the Anti-Discrimination Board New South Wales (ADBNSW) or have the matter referred to the New South Wales Civil and Administrative Tribunal.

In Queensland, employees can lodge an application to the Queensland Human Rights Commission or have the matter referred to the Queensland Industrial Relations Commission.

In the Northern Territory, employees can lodge an application to the Northern Territory Anti-Discrimination Commission or have the matter referred to the Northern Territory Civil and Administrative Tribunal.

In Western Australia, employees can lodge an application to the Western Australia Equal Opportunity Commission or have the matter referred to the The State Administrative Tribunal (SAT) in Western Australia.

In South Australia, employees can lodge an application to the South Australia Equal Opportunity Commission or have the matter referred to the South Australian Civil and Administrative Tribunal.

In the Australian Capital Territory, employees can lodge an application to the Australian Capital Territory Human Rights Commission or have the matter referred to the Australian Capital Territory Civil and Administrative Tribunal.

In Tasmania, employees can lodge an application to the Tasmanian Equal Opportunity Commission or have the matter referred to the Anti-Discrimination Tribunal.

Aforementioned, it is very important to seek advice before lodging any sort of application to any board, commission or tribunal as there are specific rules that must be adhered to. 

In order to determine which avenue to pursue, please give us a free call on 1800 333 666.

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