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Aug 23

Toxic at the Top: Can badly behaved managers and leaders be reformed?

At Worklogic we are commonly asked how to build a good workplace culture and ensure employees are accountable for their conduct at work… when senior leaders and managers are setting a bad example. Those responsible for setting and enforcing conduct standards for employees know that they are fighting an uphill battle when destructive behaviour is […]

Aug 09

The Benefits and Challenges of Anonymous Reports

Why the widespread under-reporting of poor behaviour in the workplace? Wherever an issue of inappropriate workplace behaviour arises, there is no question that most modern employers would want affected staff to ‘step up’ and report the matter so that it could be addressed according to the many laws and local policies written to ensure the […]

Aug 02

Bullying Update: What is ‘Reasonable’ in Performance Management?

Do you recognise this scenario? Consider this familiar workplace scenario: an employee is underperforming and guidance provided in their annual review has not improved matters. Their manager is duty bound to commence a more focussed program of workplace performance management. All too often, the employee takes exception to this, considers the process unfair micro-management and […]

Jul 26

10 Hopes For The Next 10 Years

1. Instead of assuming that ‘interpersonal problems’ within teams will disappear, we take responsibility for addressing problems early. When employers provide support for proactive interventions to build team’s own ability to solve problems and cooperate, it pays off in the long run. 2. Flexibility of working hours and location is the norm, wherever feasible, rather […]

Jul 19

A decade in business leadership

Looking back over the last decade of business and institutional leadership, there is some hope but much to lament. At Worklogic, we’re optimistic realists – we see opportunities for leadership development and values improvement everywhere… Challenges and Disappointments Thinking back to 2007, this was the decade that began with uncontrolled banking misconduct leading to institutional […]

Jul 12

Top 10 Misconduct Cases

In this week’s blog post – part of our celebration of Worklogic’s 10th anniversary – Worklogic Associate Director Jason Clark looks back at some notable misconduct cases over the last 10 years. Some cases are noteworthy because of the new obligations they imposed on employers, or because they developed our understanding of key concepts like […]

Jul 05

Managing Workplace Risk – What has changed in 10 years?

2007 Kevin ’07 stormed the electoral polls and Australia was anticipating many years of Kevin Rudd as our new Prime Minister. In the same year, Grevis Beard and Rose Bryant-Smith formed Worklogic. Worklogic stood the test of time (unlike the Rudd Government…) and has built on its beginnings to become the leading workplace investigation and […]

Jun 28

10 Best Practice Interventions Post-Investigation

Our research “Aftermath or Afterglow: Improving Team Dynamics and Workplace Culture After a Misconduct Investigation” has revealed a treasure-trove of practical tips for employers, international best practice and ‘things to think about’ following a workplace investigation. In our last two blog posts, we considered the role of employment policies and the importance of doing something to […]

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 […]

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