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Sep 03

[WEBINAR ON DEMAND] Ask Us Anything About Mediations & Coaching

In this Worklogic webinar, Angela Seach, Simon Thorne and Melanie Roberts draw on their experience to discuss anything you want to know about Mediations and Coaching. Topics include: when should I consider mediation to address complaints of inappropriate behaviour? what are the different types of coaching and when should they be deployed? what are the […]

Dec 01

[WEBINAR ON DEMAND] Supporting leadership development through practical coaching

There is no doubt that 2020 has thrown into stark relief the importance of leadership at every level of society – from team leaders at work to leaders of the country, and shown that being a good leader is as much about an individual’s leadership identity and values as it is about their technical know-how. […]

Oct 14

Mediate or Investigate? It’s all about assessing risk

The decision to either mediate or investigate is a choice that human resources professionals face regularly, and it is usually a matter of choosing from several pretty unpalatable options. At Worklogic, we often provide assistance to our clients in determining the best course of action for resolving conflict and complaints. What we know for certain […]

Sep 16

How to support vulnerable participants during a workplace investigation

“Hard on the problem, soft on the people”. It’s a well-worn leadership mantra, but does it have a place in investigations? As an investigator, one of your primary goals is to ensure that you get the best evidence you can from all participants in your investigation. Being fair and objective does not preclude compassion. What […]

May 13

The Golden Rules of Investigation

Most people understand that an investigation into a workplace complaint requires careful planning and execution. As well, it is generally understood that this means conducting the process in a manner that is fair and reasonable – but what does that really mean in practice? Here is the “Baker’s dozen” golden rules of investigation 1. Have […]

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