Workplace Adjustments Series

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About the series

Anti-Discrimination NSW has developed a series of videos and podcasts on workplace adjustments.

The series features people with disability and managers working in the NSW public service telling personal stories and highlighting the importance of workplace adjustments.

The project aims to increase awareness and contribute to existing initiatives aimed at improving access and delivery of workplace adjustments in the NSW public service.

Videos

Episode 1: The importance of workplace adjustments

Episode 2: Workplace adjustments for people with invisible disabilities

Podcasts

Episode 1: A conversation with Mandi Barnao about workplace adjustments

In this episode, we talk to Mandi Barnao from Transport for NSW about living with an invisible disability and the workplace adjustments she has in place for herself and her team members.

Episode 2: A conversation with Andrew Radnedge about workplace adjustments

In this episode, we talk to Andrew Radnedge from the Department of Communities and Justice about how he implements workplace adjustments as a manager.

Social media

Help us to increase awareness and improve access and delivery of workplace adjustments by sharing our videos and podcasts on social media.

Remember to tag us on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn

Posts for Facebook and LinkedIn

Option 1

<Insert organisation name> is proud to share Anti-Discrimination NSW’s new Workplace Adjustments Series. 

One in five people have a disability and not all disabilities are visible. Sometimes people need adjustments at work to perform to the best of their ability.

As these videos and podcasts show, workplace adjustments are important and can often be implemented simply and with no cost.

Watch and listen now at antidiscrimination.nsw.gov.au/anti-discrimination-nsw/tools-and-resources/workplace-adjustments-series.html

Option 2

If you need workplace adjustments, usually the diversity and inclusion team, work health safety team or human resources team can assist you.

Anti-Discrimination NSW has developed videos and podcasts about workplace adjustments, available on their website at antidiscrimination.nsw.gov.au/anti-discrimination-nsw/tools-and-resources/workplace-adjustments-series.html

If you need information about your rights and responsibilities at work, contact Anti-Discrimination NSW to make an enquiry by calling 1800 670 812 or email complaintsadb@justice.nsw.gov.au

Option 3

Employees with disability may need some changes to their work environment to perform to the best of their ability. If you need help to start having conversations about workplace adjustments with your staff, usually the diversity and inclusion team, work health safety team or human resources team can assist you.

Anti-Discrimination NSW has developed videos and podcasts about workplace adjustments, available on their website at antidiscrimination.nsw.gov.au/anti-discrimination-nsw/tools-and-resources/workplace-adjustments-series.html

If you need information about your rights and responsibilities at work, contact Anti-Discrimination NSW to make an enquiry by calling 1800 670 812 or email complaintsadb@justice.nsw.gov.au

Option 4

If you are an employee with a disability and you need some changes at work, have a chat to your manager and ask for a workplace adjustment. Workplace adjustments can range from being allowed to work from home, to buying special software and equipment. 

If you need support, usually the diversity and inclusion team, work health safety team or human resources team can assist you.

Anti-Discrimination NSW has developed videos and podcasts about workplace adjustments, available on their website at antidiscrimination.nsw.gov.au/anti-discrimination-nsw/tools-and-resources/workplace-adjustments-series.html

If you have trouble accessing workplace adjustments or experience disability discrimination at work, contact Anti-Discrimination NSW to make a confidential enquiry by phone on 1800 670 812 or email complaintsadb@justice.nsw.gov.au

Posts for Twitter

Option 1

<Insert organisation name> is proud to share Anti-Discrimination NSW’s new Workplace Adjustments Series. 

As these videos and podcasts show, workplace adjustments are important and can often be implemented simply and with no cost.

Watch and listen now at antidiscrimination.nsw.gov.au/anti-discrimination-nsw/tools-and-resources/workplace-adjustments-series.html

Option 2

You should support your employees with disability and talk to them about workplace adjustments. For more information, visit the Anti-Discrimination NSW website at antidiscrimination.nsw.gov.au/anti-discrimination-nsw/tools-and-resources/workplace-adjustments-series.html

If you’re having trouble getting workplace adjustments, contact ADNSW to make a confidential enquiry by phone on 1800 670 812 or email at complaintsadb@justice.nsw.gov.au

Option 3

Employees with disability may need some changes to their work environment to perform to the best of their ability. For information about workplace adjustments, visit the Anti-Discrimination NSW website at antidiscrimination.nsw.gov.au/anti-discrimination-nsw/tools-and-resources/workplace-adjustments-series.html

Option 4

Anti-Discrimination NSW has developed videos and podcasts to raise awareness about workplace adjustments. Visit their website to find out more at antidiscrimination.nsw.gov.au/anti-discrimination-nsw/tools-and-resources/workplace-adjustments-series.html

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Last updated:

21 Sep 2022

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