Discrimination, Unfair Treatment and Victimisation in the Workplace: A Comprehensive Overview

Discrimination, unfair treatment, and victimisation can take various forms, each of which can be illegal and/or harmful. For employees, it can drive turnover, inhibit performance and hinder career advancement. For organisations, having to respond to these issues may not only be very costly, but can significantly impact your reputation, the working environment, and your ability to attract new talent.

In some instances, these acts can unknowingly occur which is why it is crucial that employers and employees understand where these acts can occur and how to avoid them. This programme will explore how employers can make better decisions in managing their human talent; hiring, promoting, disciplining and maintaining workplace relationships by fostering an environment that is inclusive, respectful, and free from discrimination, whether real or perceived.



  • Actions by the employer/employee which can be classified as Discrimination, Unfair Treatment or Victimisation
  • Legislative violations and consequences
  • Preventive measures - Aligning your polices, adapting your hiring and onboarding process etc.
  • Industrial relations strategies to treat with discrimination, unfair treatment and victimisation
  • Lessons from Industrial Court judgments


Date: Wednesday, 19th April 2023 | Time: 8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Cost (per person): $1,100.00 plus vat (ECA Members) | $1,500.00 plus vat (Non-Members)

Event Information

Event Date 19/04/2023 8:30 am
Event End Date 19/04/2023 12:30 pm
Individual Price Members: $1,100.00, Non-Members: $1,500.00 (plus vat per person)
Location Online - ZOOM Meeting

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