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HR Support

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HR Support

iHR Australia offers a range of flexible HR support and advisory services to private and public sector organisations.

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Workplace Training

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HR Workplace Training

iHR Australia provides innovative workplace face-to-face, virtual and online training options.

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Workplace Investigations

We provide specialised support to organisations dealing with allegations of inappropriate workplace behaviour.

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Workplace Mediation

We offer an independent and impartial third party to facilitate discussions and mediate cost-effective and efficient solutions to tension and problems between colleagues.

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Being a small to medium business owner doesn’t mean you have to be experienced in HR and people management. With a continually changing employment landscape, keeping up to date with your compliance and HR obligations can be daunting.

iHR Australia specialises in supporting small to medium sized Australian organisations, with approximately 20-200 employees that may not have an extensive HR Function.

We can save you time, money and resources with our SME Support Package, allowing you to focus on your business.

Our public training courses are a perfect choice if:

  • only a few people at your organisation need training,
  • you don't have the space to do the in-house training,
  • you want to experience and assess the session first before rolling out to the rest of your organisation,
  • you want to meet, network and share experiences with attendees from other organisations, or
  • it's for your own personal development.

Upcoming Training

Responding to Mental Health in the Workplace

Tue, 4 April


This full day workshop will provide a highly engaging and dynamic experience to build knowledge and skills in responding to mental health in the workplace, at a line management level.

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Workplace Investigations Officer Training

Wed, 5 April


During this workshop, participants will be guided through the key principles of conducting a lawful workplace investigation, focusing on unlawful discrimination, harassment and bullying.

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Custodians of Culture: Anti Discrimination and Bullying Training for Managers

Thu, 6 April


This workshop focuses on anti-discrimination, harassment and bullying in the workplace and emphasises that managers and senior leaders are the custodians of an organisation’s workplace culture.

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As employees begin to return to the workplace after a long stint of working from home, there will understandably need to be changes made and a period of adjustment.

Policies and procedures will need to be reviewed and updated. It is also important for all employers to have a plan to re-induct staff back into the workplace.

iHR Australia’s COVID-19 Return to Work packages are designed to be tailored to meet your specific needs. You will gain access to specialist HR support and advice to ensure you have the right policies and procedures in place. We can also help you to prepare a plan to effectively re-induct your staff back into the workplace.


iHR Australia’s eLearning combines content developed by HR and WR experts and animations to illustrate recognisable workplace behaviours and situations.

All programs are customisable and include interactive exercises and assessments that are designed to engage participants and reinforce learning.

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Executive Team

Meet the people who have shaped iHR Australia and continue to make it Australia’s leader in workplace training and HR solutions.

Eileen Walsh

Director of Professional Services

As iHR Australia’s Director of Professional Service, Eileen expertly oversees iHR Australia’s project management, quality control and account management services and teams.

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John Boardman

Director Workplace Relations / Subject Matter Expert

John is iHR Australia’s Director of Workplace Relations and has an extensive background in human resource management and industrial relations.

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Stephen Bell

Managing Director

Stephen is the Founder/Managing Director of iHR Australia, a leading expert in human resource capability modelling and an accomplished facilitator and coach.

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