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 […]

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 […]

May 13

The Golden Rules of Investigation

Most people understand that an investigation into a workplace complaint requires careful planning and execution. As well, it is generally understood that this means conducting the process in a manner that is fair and reasonable – but what does that really mean in practice? Here is the “Baker’s dozen” golden rules of investigation 1. Have […]

Mar 30

[WEBINAR ON DEMAND] Practical steps to prevent and manage sexual harassment at an organisational level

The #MeToo movement has made significant achievements in boosting awareness of the prevalence of sexual harassment in the workforce and the legal, cultural and reputational risk for organisations that fail to systematically address this. In this webinar, Worklogic Director Jodie Fox: – Reflects on the advances made (and how far there is still to go!) – […]

Mar 11

Respect@Work 2020 – What the Sex Discrimination Commissioner’s Report means for Employers

On 5 March 2020, the Sex Discrimination Commissioner, Kate Jenkins delivered the Respect@Work: Sexual Harassment National Inquiry Report (2020). The report is a culmination of the 2018 survey of data as well as hearings and submissions to the Commission over the last two years. The report comprehensively deals with the prevalence of sexual harassment in […]

Mar 04

Weinstein Verdict and #MeToo

The #MeToo movement was propelled by the revelations of Harvey Weinstein’s abuses and so what does his convictions for rape and sexual assault on 24 February mean for the workplace? The #MeToo movement has shattered cultural norms and altered what is considered acceptable behaviour and the guilty verdict will reinforce that. Women, and men, are […]

Nov 27

Do interviews for workplace investigations have to be conducted face to face?

Generally speaking, there is no hard and fast rule which says all interviews must be conducted face to face during a workplace investigation. Before you decide, however, that you now simply never need to conduct another face-to-face interview again with any future investigation participant, here are a few factors to consider, when conducting a telephone […]

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