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A few years ago I read a great line in the Harvard Business Review which stuck in my mind. “Diversity is counting the numbers; inclusion is making the numbers count.” Since then I’ve seen it
See the latest from Working Knowledge for some interesting articles on Workplace Investigations, resolving Workplace Conflict and our Coaching Conversation which covers how you can use Emotional Intelligence at work.
SafeWork Australia released its Bullying and Harassment in Australian Workplaces report in November. The main focus of the report is data from the 2014/15 Australian Workplace Barometer project. Participants were randomly selected across all states
My first post on this topic seemed to attract a lot of interest so I thought I would follow up with some more questions I have been asked by people in this situation. If you
In a recent decision of the Fair Work Commission (McDonald  FWC 300) it was reported that the Commission had no power to hear a volunteer's anti-bullying claim, because she was not a "worker". At
It's probably your worst nightmare. An allegation of misconduct is made against you and you are informed that the matter is being investigated. You are told you cannot discuss the subject matter of the investigation