The Worklogic team were delighted to be in (not so sunny) Perth last week for a special in-person event to celebrate the opening on the new Perth office at Mello House, State Buildings.
Our new Perth director, Jennifer Porter was joined by Sydney and Melbourne cohorts Jason Clark and Jodie Fox to present a seminar on Trauma-informed investigative practice- an approach that acknowledges the role that trauma can play in an individuals life and work. It ensures that the physical and emotional safety of participants is addressed.
Participants were greeted to some delicious drinks and canapes provided by Post, State Buildings and were gifted a Worklogic tote bag and book. It was a great opportunity for the Worklogic team to meet clients in person and find out the kind of challenges that they are facing in their workplaces. Attendees represented industries such as health, aged care, mining, recruitment and state government agencies.
The Worklogic team were thrilled to speak to such an engaged group of HR professionals, lawyers and people manager’s about the ever-increasing need for trauma-informed practice. The directors were able to provide examples from their own experience and could shine a light on why incorporating these skills and ideas into everyday practice is so beneficial.
After the presentation, we invited attendees to stick around for some scrumptious deserts and drinks (burnt caramel and chocolate tarts!) and for the opportunity to pick the brains of the Worklogic team.
We’d like to extend a big thank you to everyone that attended the event. It was lovely to be in beautiful Perth at the extraordinary State Buildings- we encourage people to drop into the building, next time their nearby St Georges Terrace. It’s an incredible jewel in Perth’s central business district.