Jun 16

Done and dusted: How well does your organisation ensure its new Enterprise Agreement hits the mark?

As the end of the financial year approaches, it’s timely for organisations to review how they are tracking in terms of compliance with any Enterprise Agreements they have in place. Worklogic Principal Consultant, Samantha Edwards discusses the issues that can arise and why reviews of agreements are so important. Negotiating an Enterprise Agreement can be […]

Mar 17

Investigating Reportable Conduct: Developments in NSW since the Royal Commission

Anyone who has had the task of investigating allegations of workplace misconduct will know that it can be a taxing and high stakes exercise for all involved. The need for thoroughness and attention to detail on the part of the investigator must not be allowed to outweigh the need for sensitivity  towards the participants, such […]

Sep 16

Respect@Work: what do the recent changes to sexual harassment laws mean for complaints handling and investigations?

Upcoming changes to sexual harassment laws present an important opportunity for employers to review their frameworks for compliance and prevention of sexual harassment in the workplace. Parliament has now passed a raft of amendments, reflecting an increasing societal and regulatory focus on how best to combat this pervasive workplace issue. The changes mark the Government’s […]

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