How to Create an Effective Sexual Harassment Policy

It’s important to protect your employees and vendors from sexual harassment. This post is intended to offer some possible workplace policies that could help prevent […]

How To Get The Most From Your Employees

Production is at the center of all business.  Knowing exactly how much you’re getting from your managerial staff and the employees working under is imperative.  Under-performing […]

Keeping the Moral Boat Afloat: Sustaining Workplace Ethics

Keeping your workplace ethical is not as simple as an on or off switch. It’s an organic process that needs nurturing over time in order […]

Tabcorp fined record $45 million for breaches of Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing Act

The highest ever civil penalty in Australia’s corporate history has been ordered against Tabcorp for non-compliance with the Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing Act 2006 […]

Bullying, discimination and harassment rife in health sector

New research has revealed a high prevalence of bullying, discrimination and sexual harassment experienced by doctors in ICUs. The findings confirm that the health sector […]

Triple trouble: not just employer liable for fatigued worker’s accident

In a ground-breaking decision, the Supreme Court of Queensland has found three defendants liable for injuries a worker sustained in a car accident as he […]

Setting your Compliance Goals for the New Year

Setting the right tone for the new year How’s that new year’s resolution going? Research[1] shows only 8 per cent of people achieve them. So, how […]

Upcoming Webinar: Keeping Your Employees and Brand Safe over the Festive Season

It’s that time of year again! As we watched the Halloween decorations come down, the holiday lights and baubles were already halfway up. And we all […]

Learning Seat Course Updates & Releases – October 2016

This October, we’ve added some brand new courses to our existing course library, and updated one of our popular workplace elearning suites: New Course Releases: Victorian […]

5 Things to Think About at the Work 2.0 Expo and Conference

This year’s Work 2.0 Expo and Conference is just around the corner with exciting opportunities to hear from learning and development leaders from major organisations […]

Lessons Learned in First Prosecution for Failure to Undertake Safety Consultation

The South Australian Industrial Relations Court has convicted and fined a duty holder under the Work Health and Safety Act 2012 (SA) for its failure […]

Can ‘Unfriending’ Work Colleagues on Facebook Be Considered Bullying?

In a recent Fair Work Commission decision, the act of ‘unfriending’ a work colleague on Facebook was held to have contributed to a finding of […]

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