The Impact of the #MeToo Movement and How to Deal with Workplace Harassment

Complaints of harassment and bullying in the workplace have recently increased, which many are attributing to the #MeToo Movement. In this current environment, it is critical that employers are taking steps to proactively prevent claims of workplace bullying and harassment from occurring, and learn how to deal with complaints effectively.

Amanda Lye, Senior HR Consultant at Allan Hall Human Resources, provides 5 important steps employers can take to minimise the risk of sexual harassment claims being made. Watch our video below! 

Bullying, harassment and discrimination are now significant issues in the workplace, and employers can no longer ignore the risks. One of the most important learnings from this video is what constitutes bullying, harassment and discrimination, and the importance of taking action to prevent occurrences in the workplace.

If you have any enquiries regarding workplace bullying and harassment, or any further HR concerns, please feel free to contact our HR team directly on (02) 8978 3752. Alternatively, you can email us at [email protected]


Allan Hall named finalist in numerous firm-wide categories

Allan Hall Business Advisors continues to impress with individual, network and firm-wide awards and accolades, with our latest nomination as winner of the Client Choice Awards 2020, Women in Finance Awards 2019 and HR Manager of the Year 2019. For further details and a full list of our recent awards, click below.

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Allan Hall Business Advisors is an integral member of Alliott Group, a growing alliance of 170+ accounting and law firms in  across 70+ countries globally. As part of this alliance, we can connect with like-minded members of Alliott Group in other jurisdictions to support and advise our clients who are wishing to explore and develop business opportunities both locally and internationally.