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 […]

Feb 16

Workplace romance, CNN and conflict of interest policy

Every year around Valentine’s Day, the topic of workplace romance, and how it should be managed, seems to feature in the news. This year, there was much discussion concerning the resignation of CNN’s president, Jeff Zucker after it was disclosed that he was in a relationship with Allison Gollust, CNN’s head of marketing and communication. The […]

Nov 03

Consequence Management Framework

Organisational Values, Code of Conduct, Bullying and Harassment policy, Occupational Health and Safety policy, Antidiscrimination policy, Sexual Harassment policy.   Most organisations have a myriad of policies and procedures that relate to the employment relationship with their employees that set down the expectations and requirements of their employees and how people leaders can navigate these […]

Apr 28

Anticipate, Prepare & Respond. Tips to prevent workplace risk.

How do employers prevent workplace risk? To commemorate World Day for Safety and Health at Work and Workers Memorial Day, Worklogic director Jason Clark challenges managers and employers to ask questions, empower employees and be proactive in the latest Worklogic blog. World Day for Safety and Health at Work and Workers Memorial Day is upon […]

Nov 25

Toxic at the Top: What to do when your Leadership is Rotten

Have you ever left a job because of rotten management? It is one of those intractable problems many people face over their working life: “I don’t want to have to leave but I cannot see a way around the awfulness of continuing to work here.” Changing jobs (supposing alternatives are available) is a stressful business. […]

Nov 11

“Curiouser and curiouser!” – What has 2020 taught us about leadership at work?

2020 can be called a lot of things, none of them very positive! The surreal journey of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll (1865) comes to mind, as we reflect on the year that will soon come to a close. The book provides a charming lens through which to consider the challenges and U-turns, […]

Jul 17

[WEBINAR ON DEMAND] Re-Start, Re-Set, Refresh: What kind of organisation do you want to be post-pandemic?

In 2020, massive disruption hit most industries – and most employees’ working arrangements – due to COVID-19. As workers in some Australian states start to return to the workplace, and others are planning a return in the near future, it’s a good time to contemplate: What have the impacts of COVID taught us about how […]

Jul 15

What kind of organisation do you want to be? Resetting expectations post-pandemic (Part 2)

Continuing on from last week’s blog post, Rose Bryant-Smith outlines the next 3 questions that can help to position your workplace to make the most of the disruption caused by COVID-19. 3. Should all employees’ changed expectations be accommodated? When can employers say ‘no’? Twitter has said that some employees would be working from home […]

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