Workplace Investigation Guides & Articles

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Uncovering patterns in workplace bullying behaviour

Investigation Key Statistics: Edition 4 iHR Australia’s Director of Workplace Relations, John Boardman, said that a quick look at these statistics may lead you to think there is no merit…

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Workplace Culture – During and After an Investigation

A healthy workplace culture is fundamental to the success of every organisation. The culture of your organisation is influenced by many factors…leadership, management, workplace practices, policies and people. Unfortunately, even…

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What key elements should be included in a social media policy?

Investigation Report Key Statistics: Edition 3 iHR Australia investigators have compiled a collection of statistics to track trends in the workplace. Our July statistic provides a cautionary insight into the…

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Should organisations ban alcohol from functions?

iHR Australia Investigation Report – Key Statistics: Edition 2 iHR Australia investigators have compiled a collection of statistics to track trends in the workplace. Our June stat may not be…

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Investigation Report Key Statistics: Edition 1

iHR Australia conduct independent investigations for a wide range of organisations. Through this work, we have compiled a collection of statistics to track trends in the workplace. These key statistics…

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When to mediate and when to investigate?

When to mediate and when to investigate? When a dispute occurs in your workplace, it can be challenging to know when to undertake a mediation or if an investigation is…

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Do Companies Fully Understand the Importance of Procedural Fairness?

A “fair go all round” is a term often heard in Australian industrial practice. It’s a term that refers to an expectation of mutual trust and confidence between employer and…

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When does a matter require a workplace investigation?

In iHR Australia’s recent poll, we asked subscribers for their opinion on a matter of both harassment, confidentiality and whether it should proceed to a workplace investigation. Respondents were presented…

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Investigating Allegations of Sexual Harassment

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.…

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Why organisations should consider an independent workplace investigator

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…

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Confidentiality the key during investigations

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…

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The clash between old attitudes and new expectations

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”. Enquire Now View Demo