Jan 31

Investigation Interviews – cases on what not to do!

Unless a workplace investigation is to be conducted purely “on the papers”, the investigator will need to undertake interviews in order to gather relevant evidence for later analysis. But interviewing well is easier said than done! It is a skill that certainly is backed by theory and methodology, but is then best further learned, honed […]

Jan 24

Having conversations that reflect our culture on Australia Day

Over the last week or so, there have been a number of high-profile individuals, including politicians and social commentators, as well as a number of Australians generally, publicly arguing either for or against the relocation of Australia Day to a date other than 26 January. The topic appears to be garnering particularly more attention this […]

Jan 17

12 Point Checklist for Briefing an External Investigator

“To outsource or not to outsource an investigation…” That is often the question HR professionals and senior managers are faced with when needing to conduct an investigation into serious misconduct at work.  Factors of time, risk and cost will all influence this decision (see our related blog post “Warning Indicators – When to Conduct an External Investigation” […]

Jan 10

Embracing Moral Courage in 2018!

I was recently asked what Worklogic would like to see more of in 2018 – and my answer was “moral courage“.  This is something that can be easier said than done – but you can never have too much of it.  Wherever you work, and whatever your role in 2018, let’s be brave (or braver) in standing […]