ADNSW President joins the NSW Respect at Work Advisory Group

Published 24 October 2023

ADNSW President, Helen McKenzie, is proud to be a part of the newly established Respect at Work Advisory Group, led by SafeWork NSW and supported by Minister Sophie Cotsis and Minister Jodie Harrison.

The multi-agency group, which has been established to address workplace sexual harassment in NSW workplaces, held its first meeting on Monday 24 October.

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ADNSW President Helen McKenzie

SafeWork NSW has also launched its Respect at Work Strategy to help NSW businesses prevent sexual harassment as a WHS issue, along with resources to help businesses and workers navigate the various legal frameworks that apply to workplace sexual harassment. Visit Respect at work | NSW Government for the Guide on Reporting Options for NSW Workers and Regulation Map for NSW businesses.

Visit the ADNSW website for more information about sexual harassment and your rights at work.

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27 Oct 2023

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