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Adapting to a New World of Sexual Harassment Complaints in Australia
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Length: 56 Minutes


A Q&A discussion exploring what has changed for investigators post #metoo, changes in employer attitudes to complaints, using trauma informed principles in interviewing, individual vs systemic investigations, mandatory reporting of sexual harassment, and the role of the investigator in providing recommendations to employers about improving their internal policies and procedures for dealing with complaints of sexual harassment.

Kristen Hilton, Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commissioner, Victoria State Government

Kristen has expertise in gender and racial equality, ethical leadership, diversity and inclusion and organisational change. In 2016 she was appointed by the Victorian Government as the state’s Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commissioner.

Ms. Susan Cunningham, Principal, etika pty ltd

Susan is the Principal of etika pty ltd, a consultancy that independently investigates allegations of inappropriate workplace behaviour. Susan is legally qualified with extensive experience in investigations.

Ms Joanna Susan Betteridge, Principal, Betteridge Legal Consulting

Joanna, Principal of Betteridge Legal Consulting, and Special Counsel with Justitia Lawyers, is an an experienced workplace investigator and has lectured in workplace investigations at Monash University.


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