My work rights

The My work rights project aimed to raise awareness of women’s rights at work. Experiencing harassment and discrimination can have real, negative impacts on your confidence and wellbeing. If you ignore this behaviour it may happen again. Quitting the job entirely might just mean it happens to someone else.

The Commission’s research with young Victorian women in 2011 showed that:

  • a third have experienced workplace sexual harassment
  • more than a third have been discriminated against at work.

We also discovered that young women often don’t make a complaint about discrimination or sexual harassment at work. They are more likely to resign.

My work rights website

The my work rights website is no longer online.

If you have any questions about sexual harassment, discrimination or victimisation you can call the Commission’s Enquiry Line for a free and confidential chat or email enquiries@veohrc.vic.gov.au.

You can also fill in our online complaint form or send us a letter.

Contacting us doesn’t mean that you have to lodge a complaint. We can work through some of the options and help you to decide what to do next.

Lodge a complaint with us
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