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sexual harassment at work

Sexual Harassment: Organisational Risk Factors


Is your organisation at risk of creating a culture of sexual harassment?

Image Source: Human Rights Commission

In this article we will briefly explore five organisational risk factors that may lead to a culture where sexual harassment is […]

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bullying and harassment in the workplace

6 Actions for Reducing the Potential for Bullying & Harassment Claims in Your Organisation


By Stephen Bell – Founder/Managing Director

I really admire the research done by Monash University’s Professor Helen De Cieri in regard to workplace safety and well-being, including bullying.  Of particular interest to me is her emphasis on the need for organisations to focus on leading indicators […]

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Workplace Racial Discrimination

eLearning Built Around Racial Diversity


Following on from last week’s International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination & Harmony Day, iHR Australia’s Managing Director Stephen Bell reflects on how eLearning built around racial diversity has a role to play in breaking barriers in Australian workplaces.

After having worked for international […]

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fathers wish for daughters workplace

A fathers reflections, a daughters work life


In celebration of International Women’s Day and in the context of the very public claims of sexual harassment, iHR Australia’s Managing Director Stephen Bell shares his feelings about his daughter finding her way to a professional career.

I wish for my daughter…

A workplace where she […]

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Can an organisation ban sexual relationships between staff members?


Can an organisation forbid sexual relationships between staff in a Code of Conduct or policy?  Yes, but such direction is unlikely to be enforceable. Given the hours people spend in and are associated with the workplace, sexual relationships between staff will occur. Dr Verena Marshall, Senior Workplace Relations […]

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