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Jul 18

Managing Workplace Conflict

Disagreements in the workplace are natural and can be healthy for business. Too much conflict or conflict that is not managed well, however, can devolve into destructive behaviours that can lead to loss of productivity, high turnover and workplace complaints. The causes and management of workplace conflict could fill a whole book. At Worklogic we […]

Jul 04

Recording Work Conversations

Secret recordings of conversations at work are becoming increasingly common.  As mobile phones become ubiquitous, the ability to record a conversation in the workplace becomes as easy as a button discreetly pushed in a pocket or handbag. In the context of workplace conflict, where they can be presented by employees as supporting evidence for an […]

Apr 18

Dealing with Support People in Workplace Investigation Interviews

Being interviewed as part of a workplace investigation can be a stressful, emotional and intimidating experience for all parties – the complainant, the respondent and witnesses. Being able to bring along a support to attend the interview with them can be comforting for participants. But is also important to establish some clear ground rules, to […]

Feb 14

Managing Workplace Romances

Workplace romances are once again in the news thanks to Deputy Prime Minister, the Hon Barnaby Joyce, MP. Whatever you think of the reporting on Barnaby Joyce’s relationship and pending parenthood with a former staff member, it is clear that the issue of romantic relationships at work is not going to go away. Last week, […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Nov 02

5 tips for effective induction to mitigate workplace risks – lessons from local government

I have recently sent off my ballot in my local council elections and the results of council elections all over Victoria have now been determined. Hundreds of councillors are now taking up their positions on local councils, some for the very first time. The challenge facing local government chief executives and their delegated staff is […]

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