iHR Australia News Archives - iHR Australia

International Women’s Day

07/03/2019
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In celebration of International Women’s Day iHR Australia has reached out to several different women in Australian workplaces and asked the question, “What do you expect Australian workplaces to provide for women in 2019, in terms of support, opportunity and culture?”. The following comments were collected from […]

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New Sexual Harassment eLearning coming soon…

09/05/2018
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Learning Objectives:

Understand why the sexual harassment module exists;
Understands what constitutes sexual harassment;
Understand the risks to themselves and other workers of sexual harassment type behaviours in the workplace;
Understand the professional and legal consequences of not complying with the workplace policy and […]

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Commissioner Lucy Brogden asks Organisations to go ‘Beyond Yoga and Fruit Bowls’

17/08/2017
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Commissioner of the National Mental Health Commission Lucy Brogden addressed Senior HR and Business Executives as keynote speaker and panelist at iHR Australia’s Executive Luncheon in Melbourne on Friday. Held at the Grand Hyatt, the event attracted an audience of over 100 professionals from top Australian and […]

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The New Year’s Key Workplace Challenges

16/01/2017
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What HR and management professionals must consider going into 2017

 
The world is not all that predictable right now. Politically speaking there is an elephant in the room, which means that making predictions is challenging especially in business.  People once scoffed at the idea of […]

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iHR Australia in the News: Tony Abbott and the psychology of losing (BBC News)

21/10/2015
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iHR Australia’s Managing Director, Stephen Bell was invited to comment on former prime minister Tony Abbott’s first appearance as a backbencher in a BBC News article on 12 October 2015:

“He’s in a decision-making phase right now – anyone who gets demoted, whether it’s […]

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