Posted November 11, 2018 04:18:17 When a colleague asks you to leave a meeting, ask him or her to repeat the request.
It may help to tell the person you’re leaving: ‘You know what, I just need to ask you one last time to leave.’
If they say they won’t, tell them they’ve been told not to leave, and ask them to keep going.
If you’re in a situation where you’re not comfortable speaking up for yourself, ask your boss to call a colleague to help you.
The colleague can then advise you of how to proceed.
If they don’t listen, you may be forced to confront your boss about your sexual harassment.
If the employee doesn’t follow through, you can file a complaint with the Workplace Safety and Wellness Commission.
If your boss doesn’t listen to you, you should call the workplace ombudsman.
If it’s not possible to resolve the issue through your workplace ombudsmen, you could file a complaints against the company.
But if your workplace is in a position where the person who assaulted you is still in the company, it’s important to speak up and report your sexual assault.
A workplace ombudsperson will review your complaint and report back to you.
You can also report a workplace harassment to the Australian Human Rights Commission.
What do I do if I find I’ve been sexually assaulted?
You may have reported a sexual assault to your workplace in a number of ways.
You may: contact the workplace Ombudsman to report a sexual harassment or sexual assault