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Jun 21

The One Thing You Should do After an Investigation

Our inaugural research “Aftermath or Afterglow: Improving Workplace Culture & Team Dynamics After a Misconduct Investigation” focused on the various interventions that can employers can make after a complaint and investigation, and how effective the our research participants judged those interventions to be. One of the key findings of our research is – perhaps not […]

Jun 14

After an Investigation: The Role of Policies in Improving Workplace Culture and Team Dynamics

In Worklogic’s inaugural research “Aftermath or Afterglow: Improving Team Dynamics & Workplace Culture Following a Misconduct Investigation” conducted with Monash University PhD student, Sarah Carrier, we explored the interventions that employers can take to rebuild team dynamics and organisational culture following a misconduct investigation. The research explored the latest academic research and the results of an employer survey to determine what […]

Jun 07

Why you should tackle emerging HR issues head-on

Over the past decade at Worklogic, we have conducted literally thousands of workplace investigations, mediations and reviews of toxic teams. Regardless of the investigation outcomes, for many of these matters where we were ‘choppered-in’ to investigate allegations of miscommunication, misbehaviour or misdeeds, it was often a case of “if only”. For example: “If only the […]

May 31

Anti-bullying culture: be clear about what is expected of your board members

A recent decision of the Fair Work Commission is a timely reminder to revise organisational policies and procedures so that they clearly identify the behavioural standards expected of board members. The Decision On 19 May 2017, Commissioner Hampton handed down a decision in relation to an application for an order to stop bullying made by […]

May 24

Workplace Reviews – a flexible tool for addressing conflict

Why a Workplace Review? In an ideal world, you run a workplace (or culture) review when all seems plain sailing. This type of review acts as a preventative and ‘diagnostic’ tool for you: it will identify hidden dangers for the future for you to remedy now, around, for example behaviour risk, potential conflict, reporting or […]

May 17

Bayly’s case: implications for workplace investigations

Recent interim orders of the Fair Work Commission (FWC) effectively prevented an employer from taking further steps to finalise its investigation of an employee’s conduct and take disciplinary steps against her, until the FWC had determined the employee’s stop-bullying application. In this blog post, we discuss the background to this case and highlight the potential […]

May 10

Returning the dysfunctional team to high performance

Tolstoy once said that happy families are all alike but every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way. When things are going well, being part of a functional and effective team is a joy – the sense of shared purpose, the improved outcomes when knowledge is shared and you have worked collaboratively. However, when […]

May 03

The 7 Foundations of Organisational Resilience

Last week,  Worklogic hosted an information session on ‘Nurturing Resilience’. In the session consultant psychologist Megan Fulford explored ways to build and/or enhance organisational resilience, using psychological principles drawn from the latest research, and her clinical experience of factors associated with resilience. Megan focused on seven foundations of organisational resilience: 1. Strengths Using your strengths […]

Apr 26

Guess what: Talking is still a skill – why not learn it?

Converse (verb), to talk informally with another person or the interchange of thoughts through speech. Sounds easy enough, but many people have not perfected this essential skill – leaving the door open for misunderstanding and mistakes. Celeste Headlee said, during a Tedx talk she gave in 2015 on “10 ways to have a better conversation” that […]

Apr 19

Checklist for Creating an Effective Code of Conduct at Your Workplace

A Code of Conduct is a guide to the expected behaviours at work. It builds on company values and sets expectations about how the values are put into practice. This post explains how to create an effective code of conduct for your organisation. Why have a Code of Conduct? We have already written about the […]

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