Relief from victimisation

An employer or industrial organisation must not victimise an employee or prospective employee for any number of reasons outlined in the Industrial Relations Act 1996.

It is against the law for anyone to hassle a person or treat them unfairly because they have made a complaint or for providing evidence or information for a complaint. This is known as victimisation.

Relevant legislation

Applications for relief from victimisation are dealt with under section (213) of the Industrial Relations Act 1996 (the Act).

Apply

Prescribed forms - Form 19 - Application for Relief from Victimisation (s.213)

Last updated:

14 Dec 2020

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