Changes that are made in the workplace to specifically address the issues around alleged sexual harassment may reduce or eliminate the risk that a worker will continue to be sexually harassed at work. The Commission may take this into consideration when deciding whether or not to make an order.
Changes that might be made include:
- the relocation or dismissal of the individual or individuals alleged to have sexually harassed the applicant;
- the introduction of a workplace sexual harassment policy;
- the delivery of sexual harassment or other appropriate training;
- changes to rosters; or
- changes to reporting requirements.