Employment Relations (Extended Time for Personal Grievance for Sexual Harassment) Amendment Bill

About this bill

The purpose of this bill is to extend the time available to raise a personal grievance that involves allegations of sexual harassment from 90 days to 12 months.

Current status

Passed first reading 18 May 2022, now with the Education and Workforce Committee (currently before committee).
Submissions due 15 July 2022

Member of Parliament responsible
Bill type

Member's bill

All data
Bill type Member's bill
Parliament 53
Ref 87-1
Introduced 21 October 2021
First reading 18 May 2022
Select Committee Education and Workforce Committee
Public submissions due 15 July 2022
Divided No

Where are the votes?

WhereTheyStand doesn't have any records of votes for this bill — even though they would have occurred for the bill to have advanced to its present state. You can read about why this might be the case here.

About this page

Information about this bill was last retrieved from the Parliament website on Wednesday, 10 August 2022 at 00:30 (Office of the Clerk). Licenced by the Clerk of the House of Representatives for re-use under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International licence. The full licence is available here.

Records of votes are part of Parliamentary debates (Hansard) and are not covered by copyright.

This information has been scraped from the Parliament website, and its accuracy depends on the Parliament site being consistently formatted. Sometimes things change, which might result in information being interpreted incorrectly or not at all. If that's the case, you can submit a correction request.

You can view a JSON representation of this page by adding the query string json=1 to the URL.

Image of Deborah Russell: Cropped and resized; Licenced (but not endorsed) under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International licence (CC BY 4.0) by Wikimedia user "Deborah_Russell"