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Apr 29

Values and Codes and Policies, oh my! Align and Update, to Reduce Organisational Risk

Raised Expectations In the final report of the banking Royal Commission in 2019, Commissioner Hayne described workplace culture as a “root cause” of misconduct in the financial services industry. A prompt regulatory change after the release of the Hayne report was the introduction of additional requirements on ASX-listed companies in the area of ethics and […]

Mar 04

[WEBINAR ON DEMAND] I have a workplace issue – what should I do?

This short Worklogic webinar on demand has been made for people working in organisations that are subscribed to the Integrity Line whistleblower reporting service run by Worklogic. In this webinar on demand, Integrity Line Manager, Rose Scott, explains how workplace issues are generally categorised: grievances, complaints and whistleblower events. WATCH WEBINAR How to access our […]

Mar 04

[WEBINAR ON DEMAND] What is Integrity Line and how can I use it?

This short webinar on-demand has been made for people working in organisations that are subscribed to the Integrity Line whistleblower reporting service run by Worklogic. In this webinar on-demand, Rose Scott, the Integrity Line Manager, explains how the Integrity Line whistleblower service works and how you can use it. WATCH WEBINAR How to access our […]

Aug 28

5 Common Problems with Drafting Allegations

A well drafted set of allegations forms the basis for a procedurally fair investigation – conversely a badly drafted set of allegations runs the risk of a procedurally unfair investigation. Allegations need to be drafted in clear and precise language, and be specific and descriptive, in order that findings of fact can be made. Allegations […]

Aug 07

Tips to avoid flawed workplace investigations

To ensure that an investigation leads to robust and defensible findings it must be based on procedural fairness. An investigation process is like a chain – it is only as strong as each step (or link), and requires all steps to be followed in order to ensure the investigation is procedurally fair. When a step […]

Jul 24

Worklogic’s robust approach to procedural fairness withstands judicial scrutiny

When serious allegations are made against an employee, an organisation may decide to appoint an external investigator to conduct a formal workplace investigation. The advantage of this approach is that (when it is done properly) it produces robust findings of fact in relation to the allegations. This then enables the employer to confidently determine the […]

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 01

How to ensure your misconduct allegations are fit-for-purpose

Unless you have been living under a rock over the past decade, you will be familiar with home renovation makeover programmes, and their familiar catch-cry: “never squib on your materials!”. The same approach applies (in the slightly less glamorous land of workplace investigations) when it comes to defining and confirming the allegations which you investigate. […]

Mar 21

[WEBINAR ON DEMAND] How to effectively establish an independent complaints reporting service

In this free Worklogic webinar on demand, Integrity Line and Policy Development Manager, Rose Scott explains how to establish an independent complaints reporting service. She addresses common concerns (e.g. ‘we will drown in a deluge of complaints!’) and shares what to do (and what not to do!) drawing on Worklogic’s extensive experience in this space. Watch webinar How […]

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