Workplace Investigations Archives - iHR Australia

Why organisations should consider an independent workplace investigator

04/04/2019
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Last September, iHR Australia Managing Director Stephen Bell highlighted that through training in the area of Discrimination, Bullying and Harassment, managers must know that a direct line supervisor cannot conduct an independent investigation into an allegation of unlawful behaviour in relation to one of their own staff.

Mr […]

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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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Read more about our Custodians of Culture: Anti-Discrimination and Bullying Training for Managers or enquire about the eLearning Program “Workplace Discrimination, Harassment and Bullying for Employees”.
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Addressing Inappropriate Behaviour

19/12/2018
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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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Management as a ‘Profession Mindset’ a Key to Risk Management

12/12/2018
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Bullying and harassment investigations often reveal a combination of low leadership and management skill, high technical expertise and little effort by employers to recognise ‘management’ as a profession.

Here is a key message for all managers. Especially managers who have been promoted to a management role on the […]

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