Equal Opportunity and You
This booklet is a guide to the law today and how it affects you as an employer, a worker and an ordinary citizen of South Australia. It gives you information on:
- what discrimination is against the law
- what to do if you feel you have been unfairly treated
- how the law works for you
- how we can help you.
Equal Opportunity at Work
This handbook is an easy-to-use guide to have Equal Opportunity work for you. It is a companion for everyone involved in employment and service
- business owners
- chief executives
- human resource departments
- recruitment agencies
- your Equal Opportunity contact staff.
It gives you practical ways to make Equal Opportunity work for and not against you. It also provides action checklists and examples of templates which will help you make your workplace fairer.
Submission to the Disability Royal Commission into Violence, Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation of People with Disability (‘the Royal Commission’) on the Employment Issues Paper
The Equal Opportunity Commission (EOC) of South Australia welcomed the opportunity to make a submission to the Disability Royal Commission into Violence, Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation of People with Disability (‘the Royal Commission’) on the Employment Issues Paper released by the Royal Commission on 12 May 2020.The submission provided and Overview of data regarding discrimination on the basis of disability in employment, selected case studies, responses to questions posed by the Employment Issues Paper, including ideas for improving employment participation for people with disability and examples of good practice.
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