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WGEA reporting changes in response to Respect@Work

From 2024, employers will be required to report additional information to WGEA regarding inclusions in relevant policies, measurement of sexual harassment prevalence, how sexual harassment is being addressed in risk management practices and supports available to staff who have or are experiencing sexual harassment.

Watch Workplace Gender Equality Agency's (WGEA) Executive Manager, Education & Research, Penelope Cottrill, and Your Call's Head of Advisory, Kirsty Harvison, discuss:

  • The rationale and intent for changes to reporting on sexual harassment
  • Findings from WGEA's research on better practice collection of data on workplace sexual harassment
  • What we can learn from employers who are leading the way

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Penelope Cottrill

Executive Manager, Education & Research

Penelope helps employers access and implement evidence-based practices for creating more equal and productive workplaces. Penelope is currently the Executive Manager, Education and Research at the Workforce Gender Equality Agency (WGEA), charged with accelerating progress on workplace gender equality. Penelope has a passion for utilising behavioural science to drive positive business outcomes and a 20 year career helping companies improve business outcomes through leadership, capability and culture. She helps to research, share and advocate what works, helping workplaces make the best use of all of their people.

Kirsty Harvison


Kirsty Harvison

Senior Advisor, Rely & Your Call

Kirsty Harvison leads our Cut it Out! client engagements. Kirsty is a seasoned commercial lawyer and governance professional who has held executive roles and led the legal function for businesses across a wide range of industry sectors. She is a fellow of the Governance Institute of Australia and holds a Masters in Applied Positive Psychology from the University of Melbourne.