Workplace Investigations Archives - iHR Australia

Investigating Allegations of Sexual Harassment

04/07/2019
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The #MeToo movement highlighted how widespread the problem of sexual harassment is and gave women the courage to speak up, even when the alleged perpetrator was someone of considerable power. It also reinforced the consequences of behaving too casually and the need for clear boundaries, especially in the […]

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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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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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