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A recent discussion paper released by the NSW Government as part of its Work Health and Safety Roadmap 2022 promotes the concept of a mentally healthy workplace. This is defined as a workplace which: promotes
As a lawyer who conducts workplace investigations and coaches in the workplace, I encounter people who are going through stressful or distressing events. However, one in five Australians can expect to have a mental health
Most of us have worked with people who engage in what is called “office politics”. They might form alliances against someone, suppress information, take credit for the work of others or strive to get a
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In some companies and organisations, including Microsoft, SAP, Deloitte and the Australian Department of Defence, autism is not a disability. It’s a prized ability. Particularly in the areas of IT, cyber security and technology, some
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