Everyone at Asquith Bowling & Recreation Club ‘gets a fair go”
Asquith Bowling & Recreation Club is an equal employment opportunity employer. This means we make sure that every job applicant gets a fair go. Your sex, marital status, pregnancy, race, age, disability, homosexuality, or transgender (transsexuality) make no difference to us. What matters to us is that you are the best person for the job, and that you do a good job.
No discrimination or harassment
We recognize that you can’t do a good job or be fully productive if you feel someone at Asquith Bowling & Recreation Club is treating you unfairly, discriminating against you, or harassing you because of your sex, race, age, and so on. That is why we will not support any type of discrimination or harassment in our workplace.
It is also against the law for any employee to discriminate against or harass a job applicant or another employee.
There is to be no sexual harassment, sexist harassment, racist harassment, or any other type of harassment that is against the law in our workplace.
There is to be no sex discrimination, race discrimination, age discrimination, or any other type of discrimination that is against the law in our workplace.
We will recruit new employees fairly – on the basis of merit – that is, the person who is the best person for the job will get the job.
Fair access to workplace opportunities and benefits
We will give every employee fair access to all workplace opportunities and benefits – for example, to training and development, job allocation, shift allocation, promotion and leave.
We will encourage every employee to make full use of their particular skills and abilities.
A fairer go for people from previously disadvantaged groups
We will take particular care to make sure that groups who have been disadvantaged in the past in many workplace environments (for example, women, people from racial or religious minorities, people with disabilities, older workers and younger workers) are not disadvantaged at Asquith Bowling & Recreation Club.
What to do if someone is treating you unfairly or harassing you
If you feel someone is treating you unfairly or harassing you, we want you to tell us as soon as possible, so that we can sort things out as fast as possible. We won’t victimise you for speaking out. And we will do our best to make sure that no-one here victimises you for either supporting someone else’s complaint or for putting in your own complaint.
If you treat someone else unfairly or harass them
If we find out that you have been responsible for treating another employee unfairly, or for harassing them, you may be disciplined. If we find out that you have been responsible for victimising someone because they complained about discrimination or harassment, or because they supported someone else’s complaint, you may be disciplined. If what you have done is extremely serious, you may even be dismissed.
Managers and supervisors have extra responsibilities
All managers and supervisors at Asquith Bowling & Recreation Club will do their best to prevent harassment and discrimination from happening in our team. If a manager or supervisor encourages or ignores any harassment or discrimination that is happening in our team, they may be disciplined, or in serious cases dismissed.
For and On Behalf of the Board of Directors
Asquith Bowling & Recreation Club