This paper challenges the current framework for dealing with sexual harassment. Currently, sexual harassment is treated as an individual issue where the burden is placed solely on the complainant. Instead, we shift towards collective responses and solutions. Further the paper explores options for more pro-active responses to the prevention of sexual harassment.
Unions NSW is vocal in the campaign for universal paid parental leave (PPL) that is guaranteed through government legislation and paid at wage replacement rates for 6 months. Access to PPL provides the best outcomes for new parents and babies while also encouraging women’s increased participation in the workforce.