Aug 21

[WEBINAR ON DEMAND] How to ensure your organisation is supporting ethical behaviour

In this free Worklogic webinar on demand, Worklogic Associate Director Kairen Harris explains how to support ethical behaviour in your workplace. Kairen defines ethical behaviour, discusses the importance of setting a clear standard for behaviour and and shares practical strategies to promote and enforce ethical behaviour at work, gained from her extensive experience leading HR for major […]

Aug 21

How far can an employer Code of Conduct extend into their employees private lives?

The boundary between the private and professional is often the frontier of many ethical dilemmas in the workplace. The clash between the private interests of the employee versus the interests of the employer organisation can give rise to questions about the right thing to do and whose interests take precedence. Normally the private /public tension […]

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 […]

Aug 07

Tips to avoid flawed workplace investigations

To ensure that an investigation leads to robust and defensible findings it must be based on procedural fairness. An investigation process is like a chain – it is only as strong as each step (or link), and requires all steps to be followed in order to ensure the investigation is procedurally fair. When a step […]

Jul 31

Eight suggestions for a successful workplace retreat

The objective of any workplace retreat is to take time out from the daily hurly-burly: an ideal way to refresh, reflect and plan…with colleagues. Sometimes, those last two words “with colleagues” do not seem to be factored into the actual preparation or roll-out of a retreat. I suspect that a fair proportion of readers of […]

Jul 30

[WEBINAR ON DEMAND] Flawed workplace investigations (and how to avoid them!)

In this free Worklogic webinar on demand, Worklogic Director Jason Clark explains typical flaws impacting procedural fairness in a workplace investigation, reviews three case studies highlighting these flaws and explains the seven ‘golden rules’ of procedural fairness. Watch webinar How to access our Webinars On Demand To access these webinars on demand, simply click on […]

Jul 24

Worklogic’s robust approach to procedural fairness withstands judicial scrutiny

When serious allegations are made against an employee, an organisation may decide to appoint an external investigator to conduct a formal workplace investigation. The advantage of this approach is that (when it is done properly) it produces robust findings of fact in relation to the allegations. This then enables the employer to confidently determine the […]

Jul 17

Who can benefit from conflict coaching?

Conflict coaching is a one-on-one process in which a trained coach helps an individual gain increased confidence and competence to manage their interpersonal disputes. Conflict coaching is not therapy or counselling and the coach does not provide advice. Conflict coaching is a future focused and voluntary process that assists an individual to reach their conflict […]

Jul 17

How KPIs can create a toxic culture at work

At first glance, you may wonder how setting up KPIs to hold staff accountable for their work might in any way be problematic. After all, isn’t that considered the absolutely normal, bog standard approach. The issue, however, is not about KPIs, per se. KPIs certainly can, if used in the context of a consultative and balanced conversation between […]

Jul 10

The resounding case for the independent investigator

The case-law is now increasingly crowded, when it comes to scenarios where there was a less than independent investigation conducted into allegations of workplace misconduct. Investigators, whether internal or external, must act independently throughout the investigation process. Too often, however, they do not. We therefore thought it timely to set out some key ways in […]

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