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At Anderson Gray, we’ve helped many people who have been discriminated or sexually harassed in the workplace.


In New South Wales, the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977 (NSW), makes sexual harassment in the workplace unlawful.

Sexual Harassment

In New South Wales, the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977 (NSW), makes sexual harassment in the workplace unlawful.  Sexual harassment is any unwanted sexual advance, or an unwelcome request for sexual favours or other unwelcome conduct of a sexual nature.  It happens when a reasonable person would expect you to have been offended, humiliated or intimidated by this behaviour.

Sexual harassment has nothing to do with mutual attraction or friendship between people and it is unlawful no matter where it happens.

Sexual harassment can be committed by your employer, a colleague, contractor or other person who is in a working relationship with you.

As an employee you have a right to a workplace that is free of discrimination, sexual harassment and vilification.  Your employer is responsible for ensuring your health and wellbeing at work.

At Anderson Gray Lawyers, we offer a compassionate ear to listen to your story and assess your potential claim for discrimination or sexual harassment.

We take the time to hear your story and help determine if you have a genuine and legitimate claim. We can then offer a variety of fee options to suit your situation.

Ready to tell us your story?

If you think you have been sexually harassed at work, then please contact us at Anderson Gray Lawyers for a confidential, no obligation discussion about your situation.


The law provides protection against harassment in the workplace.