HR Policies and Procedures Archives - iHR Australia

Expert Comment: The Rugby Champion Saga

10/05/2019
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Organisations need to be clear and unambiguous when it comes to workplace policies, especially in regards to Social Media.

Speaking on the current matter of Rugby Australia and Israel Folau, iHR Australia’s Director of Workplace Relations John Boardman noted that “Although it’s a case by case […]

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2019 Expert Predictions

22/01/2019
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At iHR Australia some of our industry leading experts have taken the time to identify what they see as key points of focus for Human Resources Professionals for 2019. In a must read, our expert consultants and facilitators discuss a variety of topics, including:

Safety and Management
Mentally […]

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Nine points your next Workplace Bullying Training for Managers must cover

13/09/2018
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Not so long ago a Learning & Development Manager approached me regarding the creation of a 5 to 10 minute anti-discrimination, harassment and bullying eLearning module for her managers. ‘They won’t do any training that lasts longer than that’ she said with a kind of ‘been […]

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The Importance of Social Media Policies in the Workplace

19/06/2018
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With more than 15 million monthly Facebook users in Australia and an average of 35% of Australians using social media at work, the issue of social media and its role within the workplace is growing. As the boundaries between corporate life and private life become more blurred, employees […]

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Impacts of Domestic Violence on the Workplace

30/05/2018
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What is domestic violence and how prevalent is it?

Domestic violence is the physical, sexual, psychological, emotional, verbal and financial abuse that occurs in family, domestic or intimate relationships. iHR Australia’s Consulting Psychologist Dr Leigh Hodder says “the behaviours associated with domestic violence […]

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