Presents the results of an inquiry into the prevelance of workplace sexual harrassment in Australia. It examines -
• its prevalence, nature and reporting in Australian workplaces • the role of technology
• its drivers, including risk factors for particular population groups or in different workplace settings • the current legal framework • existing measures to address it and examples of good practice
• its impacts on individuals and businesses, including its economic impact.
It offers recommendations and a new legislative model to address current short-comings. The purpose of this Inquiry is to improve how Australian workplaces prevent and respond to sexual harassment, including through an examination of the systemic issues, as set out in its Terms of Reference.