We’re committed to stopping Inappropriate Workplace Behaviours
The law is about to change regarding workplace behaviour – and it will have far reaching consequences for the leaders of Australian businesses.
The bill states that: “Bullying, harassment or victimisation means repeated, unreasonable behaviour directed towards a worker or a group of workers that creates a risk to health and safety”.
Every director and business owner in Australia must take action now to ensure that they are protected. Risk to Business is here to guide you through the process.
We believe that each business needs to protect it’s people – and that when people are safe they do their best work.
Time and time again we have seen our programs save our clients tens of thousands of dollars – as well as improving productivity.
Our clients engage us to assist them design policies around workplace behaviors (especially inline with changing legislations and regulatory requirements).
We then support our clients through tailored educational program activity, establishing best practice compliance for our clients.
We provide national telephone helpline and Contact Officer services so that the employees of our clients have someone completely independent to talk to about what they may have witnessed or experienced themselves at work.
And our team of independent licensed investigators conduct reviews & mediations should an incident be reported.
We stamp out the corporate risk associated with: bullying; sexual harassment; discrimination and other illegal behaviors that occur in workplaces.
The new legislation means you must be prepared. ‘Stuff’ does happen – and with Risk to Business by your side – we will navigate you through even the toughest circumstances.
You can’t afford to do nothing – Australian law requires action and compliance.
Do these three things now:
Step One complete the Workplace Behaviour Risk Audit Survey - and you will quickly determine if your business is at risk.
Step Two Contact us for a consultation and also a free copy of the National Report on Bullying in the Workplace: firstname.lastname@example.org
Step Three Click on image below to view an interview from Stuart King for Human Capital TV regarding “How to play it safe for employers at work related functions”.
As seen on hcamag.com