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House Standing Committee on Education and Employment

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Inquiry into workplace bullying

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Schedule of public hearings, programs and transcripts

The schedule of public hearings, programs and (proof and final) transcripts of evidence for this inquiry are below in Portable Document Format (PDF). If you have difficulty accessing the information, please contact the Committee Secretariat. For more information on public hearings, please refer to our brochure on appearing as a witness.

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There is currently a total of 11 public hearings in the following list.

Impact Statements

There will be an opportunity at public hearings for members of the public to make short statements to the committee regarding their experiences and views of workplace bullying.

If you wish to participate you can identify yourself to secretariat staff on the day. The amount of time available to each individual will depend on the number of people who indicate they wish to speak.

The impact statements session will be a closed session in which media will not be permitted to report proceedings and none of the statements provided to the Committee will be published. Other individuals wishing to make statements will be allowed to be present in the room.

You will not be required to give your name when making your statement and you will be identified by your initials in the transcript, which will remain private. You will be asked to provide your contact details on a Hansard Witness Form for administrative purposes only.

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