Equal Opportunity Policy

Based on various federal and state laws, Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) is about making sure that the workplace is free from all forms of unlawful discrimination and harassment.

As part of our commitment to fair treatment for staff (International Ubiquitous Education consortium) will ensure that no discriminatory policies, practices or procedures exist in any aspect of employment. All employees are treated on their merits, without regard to race, age, sex, relationship status or any other factor not applicable to the position. Employees are valued according to how well they perform their duties, and on their ability to maintain Company standards of service.

The Company believes that all employees should be able to work in an environment free of discrimination, victimisation, sexual harassment and vilification. We consider these behaviours unacceptable and they will not be tolerated under any circumstances.

Under the Queensland Anti-Discrimination Act 1991,(the Act) discrimination, victimisation, sexual harassment and vilification are illegal.

Discrimination in employment on the following grounds or attributes is against the law under the Act:
· sex
· relationship status
· pregnancy
· parental status
· breastfeeding
· age
· race
· impairment
· religious belief or religious activity
· political belief or activity
· trade union activity
· lawful sexual activity
· gender identity
· sexuality
· family responsibilities
· association with someone with an attribute above

The successful achievement of a non-discriminatory employment program requires a maximum of cooperation between management and employees. To fulfil its part in this cooperative effort, the Company management will follow procedures and practices which will ensure the objective; namely, equitable employment for all.