Inappropriate Behaviour in the Workplace Archives - iHR Australia

Addressing Inappropriate Behaviour


iHR Australia Workplace Investigations help identify the number one management skill for 2019

iHR Australia investigations have consistently revealed three problematic styles of leadership that contribute to a higher risk of bullying and harassment allegations. These are known by our team as Harsh and Reactive, Avoidant […]

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The Chat All Managers Need To Have – But Can They Do It?


In iHR Australia’s summary investigations report, on average between 30-40% of substantiated cases of inappropriate and unlawful workplace behaviour, management avoidance was a contributing factor. This isn’t surprising according to iHR Australia’s Managing Director Stephen Bell, “It’s often easier to avoid having a […]

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Workplace Discrimination, Harassment and Bullying Training – Eight Reasons eLearning is a Viable Option


More than ever organisations and learners alike are looking to supplement or replace face-to-face training with eLearning.  Compliance training focusing on workplace, discrimination and harassment is a topic often put on the eLearning menu. But does eLearning stack up as an effective learning method, in particular […]

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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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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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