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When is Workplace Mediation Needed?

When is Workplace Mediation Needed?

The majority of workplace conflict is interpersonal conflict arising from miscommunication, misunderstanding and inappropriate behaviours. In some cases, but not all, workplace mediation may be required to resolve the conflict. There will always be some type of conflict in the workplace because our communication skills are not always effective and constructive, we tend to misunderstand […]

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What Is Genuine Redundancy?

Catherine Gillespie, Director of Workplace Conflict Resolution, and Martin Reid, Principal and Head of Litigation at Coulter Roache Lawyers, discuss what employers and managers need to understand about redundancy, particularly with respect to ‘genuine’ redundancy. Transcript Catherine:  Hi I’m Catherine Gillespie Director of Workplace Conflict Resolution and I’m speaking with Martin Reid, Principal and Head […]

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Before You Dismiss An Employee

Interview between Catherine Gillespie, Director of Workplace Conflict Resolution, and Martin Reid, Principal and Head of Litigation at Coulter Roache Lawyers, discussing protocols and legal considerations for employers in Australia considering dismissal of an employee. Transcript Catherine:  Hi I’m Catherine Gillespie Director of Workplace Conflict Resolution and I’m speaking with Martin Reid, Principal and Head […]

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Anti-bullying Series 1 – What is workplace bullying?

The first in our series of online training sessions briefing HR professionals and managers about the upcoming Anti-Bullying Measures to be introduced on January 1 under changes to the Fair Work Act. In this session, we explore what sort of behaviours might be considered bullying under the regulations. 02:52 – Definition of Bullying 03:58 – […]

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Anti-bullying Series 2 – What is reasonable management action?

The second in our series of online training sessions briefing HR professionals and managers about the upcoming Anti-Bullying Measures to be introduced on January 1 under changes to the Fair Work Act. In this session, we explore what management action is and when it would be considered reasonable. 0:20 – What is not bullying? 1:22 […]

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Anti-bullying Series 3 – How will the Fair Work Commission Manage a Stop Bullying Order

The third in our series of online training sessions briefing HR professionals and managers about the upcoming Anti-Bullying Measures to be introduced on January 1 under changes to the Fair Work Act. In this session, we explore how the Fair Work Commission will manage Stop Bullying Orders. 0:15 – The Legislation 1:01 – Worker in […]

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Anti-bullying series 4 – What type of orders can we expect the Fair Work Commission to impose?

The fourth in our series of online training sessions briefing HR professionals and managers about the upcoming Anti-Bullying Measures to be introduced on January 1 under changes to the Fair Work Act. In this session, we explore what type of orders we can expect the Fair Work Commission to impose. 0:15 – The role of […]

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Anti-bullying series 5 – Costs & appeals arising from Fair Work Commission anti-bullying measures

The fifth in our series of online training sessions briefing HR professionals and managers about the upcoming Anti-Bullying Measures to be introduced on January 1 under changes to the Fair Work Act. In this session, we explore potential costs and appeals arising from the Fair Work Commission anti-bullying measures. 0:18 – Cost of Bullying to […]

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