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Aug 21

How far can an employer Code of Conduct extend into their employees private lives?

The boundary between the private and professional is often the frontier of many ethical dilemmas in the workplace. The clash between the private interests of the employee versus the interests of the employer organisation can give rise to questions about the right thing to do and whose interests take precedence. Normally the private /public tension […]

Jun 26

CEOs behaving badly

CEOs and senior managers behaving badly have hit the news again and again over the last two years. In the most recent CEO Success Study produced by PWC, an analysis of CEO turnover in the top 2500 global listed companies, found that 39% of the top executives dismissed left under a cloud of being accused […]

May 29

Insights from the Drafting Allegations Workshop

Yesterday a group of Workplace Relations Specialists met for Worklogic’s Masterclass on Drafting Allegations. The group was fantastic and extremely knowledgeable and the conversations about various challenges faced were fascinating. The participants had a lot of fun unpicking the hypothetical scenario for the training and had lots of opportunity to practise skills in interviewing for […]

May 16

[WEBINAR ON DEMAND] Common flaws in drafting allegations

In this free Worklogic webinar on-demand, Worklogic’s Director Jodie Fox, explains the importance of sound allegations in conducting a fair and effective workplace investigation and shares some of the common flaws in drafting allegations.  Watch webinar The webinar commences at the 19 minute mark of the recording. Please fast forward to get there! How to access […]

Mar 27

Case Study: Why contradictory evidence is important in a workplace investigation

When conducting a workplace investigation, there is often pressure on an investigator to move quickly from allegation to findings. Some of these factors are entirely appropriate: a well-run, timely investigation without unexplained delays is key to minimising any potential harmful impacts on the participants in the investigation and the organisation as a whole. Sometimes though, […]

Mar 13

Investigating bullying in the staff room

This coming Friday is 2019 National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence (NDA). This year’s theme is Bullying. No Way! Take action every day. The program encourages schools and students to explore how they can take steps to minimise the impact of bullying on the school community. Whilst the primary focus of the National […]

Feb 20

How to investigate allegations where there are no witnesses

Employers often struggle with the ‘he said/she said’ form of workplace complaint. The complainant says the allegation happened. The respondent flatly denies it. No one else was in the room at the time. Now what? Our clients are often confused about what to do when a complaint is made about behaviour in the workplace that […]

Nov 21

How to manage office gossip during a workplace investigation

Having a light-hearted chat with your colleagues can be one of the best parts of going to work. A positive workplace culture encourages colleagues to interact in a friendly way as this helps with communication and building relationships at work, as well as making work enjoyable for everyone. Why gossip? Gossip, defined as negative speculation around […]

Sep 26

Bullying and the Gig Economy

Like many people, I welcomed Uber with open arms as an alternative to taxis. I love opening an app on my phone and having delicious restaurant food delivered to my door, like magic, 20 minutes later, or the possibility that I might find someone online who can come and put up those bookshelves that I […]

Jul 24

[WEBINAR ON DEMAND] How to manage workplace conflict?

In this free Worklogic on-demand webinar, Worklogic Director, Jodie Fox, discusses strategies to effectively manage workplace conflict. Watch webinar There are numerous tools you can employ to help manage workplace conflict, but what is the best tool for each situation?  In this webinar, Jodie Fox discusses the difference between mediations, facilitated discussions and workshops and […]

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