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Aug 19

Why lack of organisational knowledge about serious misconduct is not an excuse (and what you can do about it)

Where an investigation has found that serious misconduct allegations are proven, the post-investigation landscape can often be filled with comments of regret and angst about what could have been prevented. Amidst all the various post-investigation follow up, next steps, and even possible fall-out, we often hear the following statements: “But we never knew” “No-one ever […]

Jun 23

[WEBINAR ON DEMAND] Key take-aways for employers from the latest bullying cases

In this free Worklogic webinar on-demand, Director Jason Clark provides an update on the most recent bullying cases and what we can learn from them. During the webinar, Jason will: Briefly summarise some recent and interesting bullying cases; Describe the issues faced by the employer when investigating the allegations; and What the findings of each […]

Jun 10

A recent bullying case highlights the dangers of a hands-off HR department

A recent case in the Fair Work Commission, Ms Anne Pilbrow [2020] FWC 2458 (26 May 2020), has revisited the scenario where there is a need to identify what is reasonable management action (even if imperfectly carried out) and what is bullying, as defined in the Fair Work Act 2009. The case also demonstrates that […]

May 20

[WEBINAR ON DEMAND] Ask Us Anything – Live with Worklogic’s Directors!

In this webinar Worklogic Director’s Jodie Fox, Jason Clark and Rose Bryant-Smith draw on their decades of experience as investigators, workplace relations advisors, and fixers of teams to share tips and tricks they have learned, de-identified ‘war stories’, and answer those tricky questions you’ve always wondered about. WATCH WEBINAR How to access our Webinars On […]

Jan 29

Volunteering and Workplace Bullying

As the nation endures a frightful summer, again and again we see images and stories of volunteers putting their communities ahead of their own interests (and in some cases losing their own homes and properties or being injured and tragically killed). These examples demonstrate clearly and unequivocally the important role that volunteers play on the […]

Aug 14

All about ethical dilemmas – what they are and how to avoid them

Have you ever called in sick to stay home and binge watch your favourite series?? Have you ever heard a colleague address another colleague inappropriately and not commented? Have you ever “borrowed” supplies from the stationary cupboard and not gotten around to returning them? Have you ever been asked by your organisation to act unethically […]

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 […]

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