Worklogic co-founders, Rose Bryant-Smith and Grevis Beard

2017

2016

  • The first weekly post of Worklogic’s popular blog
  • Launches revamped IntegrityLine workplace complaints reporting website

2015

  • Worklogic’s Sydney office opens, led by Associate Director Jason Clark
  • Worklogic wins its 20th government tender – securing its place on the Investigation and Review Service Providers Panel for the Victorian Department of Health & Human Services
  • Rose Bryant-Smith becomes a founding member of the National Committee for the Australasian Association of Workplace Investigators
  • Co-founder Rose Bryant-Smith speaks at Australian Corporate Lawyers Association national conference

2014

2013

2012

  • One of the three original Worklogic co-founders, Deanne McLennan, retires
  • Worklogic wins major training and investigation tender for Department of Health and Human Services

2011

  • Launches Integrity Line, our whistleblower service for subscriber employers
  • Worklogic conducts its first overseas investigation in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia
  • Co-founder Grevis Beard speaks at the Australian Human Resources Institute national conference

2010

  • Moves to new premises in Melbourne, at 620 Bourke Street

2009

  • Wins first Federal Government tender for the Australian Electoral Commission
  • Co-founder Rose Bryant-Smith is awarded the Vincent Fairfax Fellowship in Ethics and Leadership

2008

  • Worklogic’s first employee, Lisa Klug, commences
  • Worklogic wins major training, mediation and investigation tenders won for Department of Health and Human Services and the State Services Authority (now Public Sector Commission, Victoria)

2007

  • Worklogic publishes its first quarterly newsletter
  • Worklogic wins its first client – law firm Clayton Utz
  • Worklogic launched on 2nd July 2007 by Grevis Beard, Deanne McLennan and Rose Bryant-Smith