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Responding to sexual harassment: how to change a culture.
The importance of management involvement in reducing the incidence of sexual harassment within the workplace.
Australia
22 Nov 2017
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The Weinstein effect - on sexual harassment in the workplace
Employers must review internal policies to ensure adequate procedures can manage any sexual harassment in the workplace.
Australia
12 Nov 2017
3
Anti-bullying vs disciplinary process: Fair Work Commission asked to find the balance
Anti-bullying laws might be used by employees facing a potentially adverse disciplinary process to delay or halt it.
Australia
17 Apr 2017
4
Two month window to get Queensland public sector ready for new Industrial Relations Act
The new collective bargaining framework has the potential to significantly impact public sector bargaining processes.
Australia
3 Jan 2017
5
No plain sailing for "bullied" ship officer: Awarded only $100 in damages
Employers should carefully consider the wording of employment contracts and policies, and ensure staff understand them.
Australia
3 Jan 2017
6
Skeletons in the cupboard: Australian Human Rights Commission finds drug conviction sacking discriminatory
Employers should exercise caution when relying on an employee's criminal convictions for disciplinary proceedings.
Australia
28 Dec 2016
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Two month window to get Queensland public sector ready for new Industrial Relations Act 2016
The Industrial Relations Act passed with limited amendments, but brings significant changes and new responsibilities.
Australia
22 Dec 2016
8
CU LAB: Bullying on employers' social media - who's responsible?
Michael Byrnes explains how and why an employer's social media activities could be a bullying or WHS issue for employees.
Australia
30 Nov 2016
9
Don't fear the Christmas cheer: making work parties fun and safe
Managing the risk from a Christmas function doesn't mean that you dismiss anything that may generate fun and good cheer.
Australia
29 Nov 2016
10
Queensland – Employer's vicarious liability expanded by abolition of sexual abuse civil action limitation periods
This reform will be particularly relevant to employers who may be vicariously liable to victims abused by employees.
Australia
11 Nov 2016
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Secret video of employee behaviour can't be used to discipline him, says Federal Court
If the employee doesn't know he is being recorded, the employer probably can't use the recording to discipline him.
Australia
10 Nov 2016
12
Bullying investigations: when to engage an independent third party
Employers should engage independent third parties for workplace investigations to maintain impartiality and transparency.
Australia
16 Sep 2016
13
New industrial relations system on the way for Queensland public sector employees
Workplace laws for Queensland public sector employees are about to undergo a significant realignment with this new bill.
Australia
14 Sep 2016
14
Employers to take care when conducting bullying investigations
When conducting a workplace investigation, support both the complainant and the employee with allegations against him.
Australia
22 Aug 2016
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Dismissed for alleged harassment: a total slap in the face
This case highlights that employers continue to face a high bar when deciding to dismiss an employee for misconduct.
Australia
2 Dec 2015
16
Am I really a bully in the workplace?
Sound and clear workplace practices and policies will minimise the risk of workplace gossip becoming a bullying claim.
Australia
7 Oct 2015
17
Social media and bullying in the workplace: To friend or not to friend, that is the question!
A recent FWC decision is widely reported to have found that deleting a colleague on Facebook could constitute bullying.
Australia
6 Oct 2015
18
Full Court considers racial discrimination in the workplace
A significant and sensitive workplace issue such as alleged racial discrimination must be treated seriously by employers.
Australia
5 Oct 2015
19
Queensland set for further Industrial Relations (IR) reforms
This review of Queensland's industrial relations laws will include discrimination and work health and safety issues.
Australia
9 Sep 2015
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Stop that! Fair Work Commission makes second stop bullying order
The FWC's power is broad, so employers should ensure that they take an active approach to stop bullying and harassment.
Australia
25 Aug 2015
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