SDG8 Decent Work and Economic Growth
Explore the CQUniversity policies that align with SDG 8 Decent Work and Economic Growth.
Workplace Harassment, Workplace Bullying, and Unlawful Discrimination Policy and Procedure & Sexual Harassment Policy and Procedure
This policy and procedure provides a framework and information for University employees to appropriately resolve alleged cases of workplace harassment (excluding sexual harassment), workplace bullying, and unlawful discrimination.
This policy and procedure provides a framework and information for University employees on how to appropriately resolve alleged cases of sexual harassment.
Procurement Policy and Procedure
This policy and procedure provides a framework and information for University employees to minimise social harm through compliance with Slavery Act 2018.
CQUniversity's Equity Policy ensures that we take all necessary steps to create a safe, fair, equitable and inclusive learning and work environment. It ensures that no matter your ethnicity, religion, disability or gender you have access to activities, programs and opportunities provided and delivered by CQUniversity. This policy also guides us as we take a positive role in informing and educating students and staff of their rights and responsibilities in fostering a learning community that values equality. We do not tolerate unlawful discrimination, harassment or victimisation in any form.
The Central Queensland University Enterprise Agreement 2017 expired on 30 June 2021. Whilst negotiations continue to take place, the existing Enterprise Agreement remains in force.
Financial Support for Staff
CQUniCares Emergency Grants provide financial assistance to staff who experience unexpected financial hardship as a result of an emergency or unforeseen situation, that has the potential to derail their studies. The purpose of the grant is to support these students in continuing their studies. More information can be found on CQUniversity Employees Staff Net.