Discrimination Dispute Procedure 217


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Discrimination is the unjust or prejudicial treatment of people and groups based on distinctions such as race, religion and gender.

This Discrimination Dispute Procedure outlines a business’s commitment to a safe workplace and its aim to ensure, so far as it reasonably can, that employees are not subjected to any form of discrimination while in any work-related setting. It also details the legal responsibilities of the business and workplace participants in relation to preventing discrimination in the workplace.

The procedure is concise and detailed so that businesses have the information, guidance and tools they need to implement proven strategies to reduce discrimination in the workplace, safely report and rectify complaints and achieve continual improvement.

The Discrimination Dispute Procedure covers a wide range of areas, including:

  • legal responsibilities
  • definition and examples of discrimination
  • common risk factors
  • preventative steps
  • informal and formal complaint procedures
  • dealing with complaints
  • possible outcomes
  • management’s and workplace participant’s role, and
  • breach of this policy.

The procedure works in conjunction with the following:

  • 532 – Company Manual Acknowledgement
  • 533 – Training Attendance Form
  • REGISTER – Training and Induction Register
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