Remedying Discriminatory Harms in the Workplace
WORKPLACE DISCRIMINATION AND THE LAW, AND THE LAW, CENTRE FOR EMPLOYMENT AND LABOUR RELATIONS LAW, Richard Naughton, ed., University of Melbourne, 1995
12 Pages Posted: 27 Nov 2012
Date Written: 1995
This paper explores the concept of remedies in the context of Australian anti-discrimination legislation in the workplace. It highlights the paradox between the individualized nature of a complaint and the necessity for a complaint to establish membership of a class. This paradox has deterred tribunals and courts from devising class-based remedies for discriminatory harms.
Keywords: remedies, discrimination, workplace, Australia
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