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Appropriate Workplace Behaviour

Creating thriving teams and combating the challenges of bullying, harassment and incivility


Maintaining a supportive and cohesive workplace culture is of paramount importance to organisations. Bullying, harassment, discrimination and day-to-day incivility pose substantial risk from a safety, injury and FairWork perspective. Not to mention, the hardline stance taken by all authorities in this space.

Alternatively, when workplaces succeed in creating an inclusive, supportive and accepting culture they will see the positive impact for all other areas of their business. By understanding both the positive and negative experiences in this space, workplaces can be empowered to create a thriving environment and drive a reputation as an employer of choice.


Our Point of Difference

  • Instructors who are qualified employment lawyers and allied health professionals with a specialty in workplace mental health.
  • Case studies from real life workplaces and case law.
  • Additional handouts and resources specific for use within workplaces.


Key Learning Outcomes

Following the course, participants will have the skills and strategies to understand:

  • What is meant by unlawful discrimination, sexual harassment and bullying, including providing examples of inappropriate behaviour
  • The impacts of workplace incivility and what this may look like
  • When and where appropriate workplace behaviours applies
  • A best practice process for dealing with complaints and investigations
  • How to support the mental health implications of bullying, harassment and incivility
  • How to prevent issues arising
  • How to create a mentally healthy culture
  • How to meet and then exceed Equal Opportunity and Safety law requirements
  • Considerations for building a meaningful approach to diversity, equity and inclusion.


Who is this course for?

Employers, People Managers, HR professionals and those wanting to enhance their workplace culture and meet Equal Opportunity law requirements.

* please note a minimum of 8 registrations is required for this course to proceed.



Georgie Chapman, Partner at HR Legal and Brianna Cattanach, Senior Occupational Therapist and Practice Leader at Gallagher Workplace Risk


Event Details

Delivery:            Online event

Date:                  Thursday, 3 November 2022

Time:                 12:30pm – 3:30pm (AEDT)

Cost:                  $250 per/person (plus GST)


Please note, event join links will be provided 24 hours prior to the scheduled session. We encourage you to include a placeholder in your calendar in the interim.

If you would like to organise a bespoke session direct to your workplace please reach out to Brianna.Cattanach@ajg.com.au

To view our complete events calendar please visit: https://www.workplacerisk.com.au/events/