Workplace Culture Archives - iHR Australia

Confidentiality the key during investigations

21/03/2019
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iHR Australia’s Workplace Investigation experts have identified that confidentiality is the most critical team-based risk during the period an investigation is conducted.

As a key requirement of an investigation, confidentiality requires that information about the complaint will only be communicated to people on a need to […]

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The clash between old attitudes and new expectations

14/03/2019
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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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‘Alarming’ poll result exposes gap in manager capability

20/02/2019
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You can have the best practices in policy and complaints handling processes. You can have a policy statement providing a commitment to a discrimination, harassment and bullying free workplace.  But you can’t mitigate the risk of costly incidents of inappropriate behaviour if managers have an insufficient understanding […]

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

04/09/2018
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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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