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Any of the unlawful discrimination outlined above can occur in the workplace. When it does, there are a range of actions you can take to stop it. First of all, we recommend you complain to the senior management of your organisation. It is a management responsibility to ensure a safe workplace and if you are being discriminated against or bullied, then the employer may not be living up to their responsibility.
You may also be able to bring a case to the Australian Human Rights Commission or before the Australian Industrial Rights Commission to stop the unlawful conduct. At Nicholas Dibb Solicitors we are able to review your circumstances and advise you on what is the best course of action to take. We can represent you in Commission investigations and assist you to achieve a favourable outcome.