THE QUOTE: “Survival requires continual innovation, and at the core is learning faster than everyone else.” – Clark Quinn (Learning Technology Strategist) THE JOURNEY: Innovation is […]

State Government found liable for school “sex romp” prank

A school cleaner has been awarded over $150,000 compensation for a “sex romp” prank played on him in his workplace. The State was found vicariously […]

The 5 Types of Co-Workers You Don’t Want at Your Holiday Work Party

A work holiday party is a great occasion to get your entire organisation together and celebrate a year of wins, raise a glass to all the […]

Learning Leadership: Key Challenges and Ideas

On October 17th, we had over 100 L&D professionals join us in Melbourne for a thought-provoking Learning Leadership Forum and Think Tank Workshop, where we discussed […]

If You Can’t Change the Law, Change the Workplace – Work 2.0 Overview

The Learning Seat team attended the annual Work 2.0 Expo & Conference in Sydney on October 24-25, and we had a chance to hear some […]

The cost of race discrimination and how to eliminate it from the workplace

The controversy caused by a study into the cost of race discrimination on the economy is making headlines today in The Australian newspaper. The study […]

‘I Can’t Wait to do my Compliance Training ‘ Said No One Ever and 8 Other Facts

Let’s face it. Doing compliance training is not on top of anyone’s bucket list, nor top of anyone’s mind. We do it primarily because ‘the […]

5 Lessons Learnt From a Failure in Compliance Training

As CEO of Learning Seat, a priority for me is to build and maintain a healthy, safe and productive workplace culture. To me the benefits […]

Compliance training wards off anti-bullying order

A recent decision on bullying by the Fair Work Commission demonstrates the need for comprehensive compliance training – even if it occurs after a bullying […]

A strong case for a compliant, caring and communicative workplace culture

Late in 2015 I attended a business breakfast where the guest speaker was Jeff Kennett, the former premier of Victoria and the founder and current […]

Workplace culture of emergency services under scrutiny for bullying and gender inequality

Less than a week into the aftermath of the investigation by the Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission (VEOHRC) into bullying and sexual harassment […]

Police challenged to change culture of sexual harassment and workplace bullying

As we have reported, over recent months, the medical and education industry sectors are just two of those in which individuals have pursued claims and […]

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