Workplace harassment

Workplace harassment

Sometimes it is simply not practical to make an internal report to an employer about workplace harassment. Sometimes even when workplace harassment is reported, no action (or only token action) is taken.

In those circumstances it may be appropriate to consider whether you ought to take a complaint outside of your workplace to try and obtain appropriate relief and/or compensation. Complaints can be made to a government agency such as the Fair Work Commission or you may take another route, such as seeking to negotiate a settlement with your employer or making a Workers Compensation claim.

In any event, if you are unsure as to what to do next in your situation or perhaps you need some certainty about your legal rights, then Austral Legal can likely assist. In the first instance, you may like to meet with us in our SmartMove initial 30-minute discounted consultation for $80.

Once we understand your individual circumstances, we can then likely provide advice as to what your next steps are and your likely legal costs (which may include a fixed fee option if appropriate).