Oct 17

[WEBINAR ON DEMAND] Happiness at work: What science can teach us

In this free Worklogic webinar on demand, Rose Bryant-Smith reviews the latest scientific thinking on happiness at work, and translates this into practical actions you can deploy at your workplace to build employee satisfaction, engagement and productivity. Watch webinar How to access our Webinars On Demand To access these webinars on demand, simply click on the watch […]

Oct 16

Are participants fit to participate in a workplace investigation?

Although everyone at Worklogic approaches the workplace investigation process mindful of the well-being of participants, the process itself can contribute to the stress all parties feel. Both making a workplace complaint and facing allegations of misconduct can be confronting. And with employer-led complaints, employees who have raised concerns are sometimes reluctant participants. Before an investigation ever […]

Oct 09

What can science teach us about happiness at work?

Thinking about the emotional state of employees is not just ‘nice to have’, if you are seeking a productive, engaged and loyal workforce. Research proves that employee happiness is correlated with better goal achievement, performance and productivity. Inspired employees are twice as productive as satisfied employees, and three times more productive than dissatisfied employees (see […]

Sep 25

[WEBINAR ON DEMAND] Dealing with a Toxic Co-Worker: Strategies to manage risk and protect yourself

In this free Worklogic webinar on demand, Jodie Fox explores a variety of solutions and responses to that most tricky of situations, the toxic co-worker. Drawing on Worklogic wisdom and relevant published case law, Jodie reflects on the following, with key take homes on each: making sense of the toxicity “Is it you?’ the broader landscape… what […]

Sep 11

“Toughen Up Soldier!” – Can resilience be taught?

When we imagine resilience, various images come to mind. You might think of a mountain climber surviving despite freakish weather and equipment failure, or a person who has experienced significant disadvantage from a young age and who perseveres against the odds. Perhaps you imagine an army drill sergeant shouting insults at recruits to toughen them […]

Sep 04

The 12 dysfunctions that pull teams off track

It was Tolstoy who wrote, “Happy families are all alike; every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way“.  This observation is most adaptable when considering the myriad of workplace realities. Generally speaking, when workplace teams are working well and productively (hurrah!), there is not much differentiation within that cohort. Invariably, such teams will reflect and manifest, a culture of respect, accountability and support. […]

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 […]

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