Aus hospitality combats discrimination in the wider

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Aus Hospitality combats discrimination in the wider community through partnerships with community- based groups. We work closely with a range of community groups. Diversity bodies Our commitment to diversity is led by our diversity champions who come from all levels of the company, from © Sydney City College of Management Pty LtdRTO:45203CRICOS:03620C DateRevision dateVersion Page 6 of 9 File Name: BSBDIV501 Student Assessment TaskJuly 2020July 20211.0
BSBDIV501 Manage diversity in the workplaceStudent Assessment Task top management to the shop floor. The diversity champions make up a diversitycommittee, which is responsible for ensuring that our diversity policy is articulated in the day to day running and the strategic direction of the company. Diversity practices All employees undergo diversity training. Diversity training encompasses raising awareness about issues surrounding diversity and developing diversity management skills. Aus Hospitality provides a safe and pleasant environment for our employees. We offer: Flexible working time arrangements Flexible work locations Job sharing arrangements Employee education assistance Employee network and support groups Open communications Childcare assistance Buddy systems (WorkWise Initiative) Mentor programs Key Workplace Legislative Requirements: The following legislative topic must be addressed within all of the Set of Skilling Program documentation and actions. He has offered a range of links to help support the research you might undertake to meet these legislative obligations in the design of your program documents. Useful legislative links about Workplace Diversity: Fair Work Act 2009- Prohibits discrimination against a person who is an employee, or prospective employee, because of the person's race, colour, sex, sexual preference, age, physical or mental disability, marital status, family or carer's responsibilities, pregnancy, religion, political opinion, national extraction or social origin in awards and agreements and in the termination of employment. Age discrimination: The Age Discrimination Act 2004 (ADA) prohibits discrimination in employment on the basis of age. It applies to young and older workers alike. The ADA also protects younger and older Australians from discrimination in other areas of public life, including education; getting or using services; or renting or buying a house or unit. In addition, the ADA makes it unlawful to harass or bully another person because of his or her age. Disability discrimination : The Disability Discrimination Act 1992 prohibits harassment in the workplace based on or linked to a person’s disability or the disability of an associate. Racial discrimination: : The Racial Discrimination Act 1975 prohibits offensive behaviour based on racial hatred. Racial hatred is defined as something done in public that offends, insults or humiliates a person or group of people because of their race, colour or national or ethnic origin.
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