Mar 18

Keeping up morale: Tips to support an at-home workforce

Many Australian businesses that are able to function with remote workers are closing their offices and worksites. Asking staff to work from home, employers are cancelling meetings, conferences, events and travel, and even banning customers and visitors from their sites. Working from home is a wonderful career-enabler for many people, particularly parents and carers. But […]

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

[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 […]

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 […]

Feb 26

Seeking Constructive Feedback from within your Organisation

In the words of Donald Rumsfeld: “There are known knowns. These are things we know that we know. There are known unknowns. That is to say, there are things that we know we don’t know. But there are also unknown unknowns. There are things we don’t know we don’t know.” Putting aside the source of […]

Feb 19

Can Less Be More? Working Towards Better Work/Life Balance

In the crazy busy pre-Christmas rush, we Worklogicians clutched our pearls when we read that British start-up StandardToilet had patented a sloping toilet designed to increase productivity by decreasing the amount of time employees spend lingering in the loo. Standard Toilet’s website lamented that the toilet has become a “private texting and social media usage […]

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 […]

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