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 […]

Dec 18

Leave means leave (and we are not talking Brexit). How to truly enjoy “the serenity”.

To channel that Australian classic film, “The Castle”, regardless of whether your summer break this year is destination Bonnie Doon or destination Buenos Aires, the rule remains the same: Leave means leave. There is no point saying (to yourself, and others) that you will be on leave, and then actually working. It’s actually a binary […]

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 […]

Nov 26

[WEBINAR ON DEMAND] The 5 “Must Dos” for a successful workplace review

In this free Worklogic webinar on demand, Worklogic Senior Consultant, Anglea Seach discusses the warning signs that your culture might need a review and shares her five ‘must-dos’ to ensure a successful outcome. Watch webinar If you have a suspicion that something is ‘not quite right’, you don’t have to wait to receive a formal complaint.  This is […]

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