Sexual orientation, gender identity and intersex status discrimination


Employees and potential employees



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Employees and potential employees


The SDA makes it unlawful to discriminate when advertising jobs, during recruitment and selection processes, when making decisions about training, transfer and promotion opportunities, and in the terms, conditions and termination of employment.

All types of employers and employment relationships are covered under the SDA, including Commonwealth Government employees and private sector employees, full-time, part-time and casual employees, contract workers and commission agents, as well as apprentices, trainees and those on probation.

The SDA also covers recruitment processes organised through recruitment and employment agencies.


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