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Staff Training and Induction

April 10, 2024

Employees of venues teams discussed the need for additional in-house and venue-specific training from management (in skills in how to assess potential risks before incidents occur, inclusive and respectful language, and procedures), and in respect of manager’s duty of care for their wellbeing.

Venues were encouraging of providing wellbeing services (such as Access Wellbeing) to provide counselling and care even to casual employed staff in the hospitality sector.



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