The 5 most read articles of 2013
14 January 2013
Our weekly newsletter has a readership of over 12,000 professionals across Australia. Here are the top 5 most read articles from 2013 featuring weird interview questions, facial faux pas and bully bosses:
Since its first appearance on our website in January 2013 this article has continued to be popular and it is easy to see why.
It is no surprise that this article from January 2013 was well read as it is always important to know about legislative changes, further changes came into force on 1 January 2014; read the latest about Fair Work Commission changes here.
Although Christmas already feels long ago, the aftermath of poor Christmas party behaviour could mean a rough start to 2014 for some. The tips in this article are relevant to all work functions and could help to avoid the post-party fallout of red faces, apologies and even investigations.
This unfair dismissal claim centred on a worker allegedly smiling at an inappropriate moment and later in the year, another unfair dismissal case involved an employee who allegedly did not smile enough, will 2014 see more cases of facial faux pas?
All the articles in our 3 part series on workplace bullying were well read but this Account Executive's story hit home the most.
Recent articles from iHR Australia:
- Is Australia winning at wage equality?
- Is prevention better than cure according to FWC changes?
- 'Hundreds' of Education Department employees bullied
- When the tables turn: what to do about upwards bullying
- When is a "bad boss" a bully?
- Would this happen at your Christmas party? Dos and Don'ts for managers
- Expectant employees: pregnancy problem or productive parents?