Queensland public servants are facing sexual misconduct and bullying on a daily basis, and only a fraction of such complaints are resulting in disciplinary action.
Figures obtained by 7NEWS have revealed staff reported unwelcome attention of a sexual nature 140 times in the 2019-2020 financial year – which equates to two complaints a week on average.
In the financial year previous to that, 158 sexual misconduct complaints were made.
The statistics from the Public Service Commission have been obtained by 7NEWS after a Right To Information request.
The behaviour, which was defined as actions or comments of a sexual nature where a person felt offended, humiliated or intimidated, resulted in six people being fired.
Twenty-one people were…