New legislation went into effect in Australia on January 1, 2014 as part of the Fair Work Act, which compels a business to take reasonable steps to prevent workplace harassment and bullying. It is essential that your organization has effective policies and a process to prevent workplace bullying. Learn more about these changes by visiting the following websites:

augov-law fair-work safe-work

Businesses will face a $51,000 fine for non-compliance, plus additional real costs

Costs average $41k per
incident or claim

The average cost to a business for a stress claim is $41,186 (compared to $23,441 for a physical injury claim).1

As many as 5m Australian
workers may be affected

Between 2.5 to 5 million Australians will experience workplace harassment at some time during their career.1

Complaints are 4x more
frequent than discrimination

Bullying is 4 (four) times more prevalent in the workplace than illegal, discriminatory harassment … (discrimination due to race, gender, ethnicity, religion, disability, or age).1

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