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Subscription content please login to view - Employers get age discrimination wakeup call
 Employers get age discrimination wakeup call

Monday, 27 April 2015 7:17am
A report confirming age discrimination is widespread in Australian workplaces is a strong reminder for employers to be hyper vigilant in disciplinary processes involving older workers, says employment lawyer Andrew Jewell. Read More - Employers get age discrimination wakeup call

Subscription content please login to view - Webcast: Workplace appearance policies and dress codes Webcast: Workplace appearance policies and dress codes
Monday, 27 April 2015 7:06am
Does your organisation need to address visible piercings and tattoos, or grooming and other issues of appropriateness with employees' appearance? Watch this webcast to learn how to implement and enforce a workplace policy. Read More - Webcast: Workplace appearance policies and dress codes
Subscription content please login to view - HR Daily Premium subscribers attend our HR Daily Premium subscribers attend our "Workplace drug and alcohol policies" webinar for free
Friday, 24 April 2015 10:33am
In a webinar on 28 May, employment law specialists Tony Wood and Steve Bell will assist you to manage the practical and legal aspects of introducing or amending a drug and alcohol policy, and devise the most effective and defensible testing regime for your organisation.
Premium members should click through for more details and to request a pass, while free subscribers can upgrade their membership level here for access. Read More - HR Daily Premium subscribers attend our "Workplace drug and alcohol policies" webinar for free
Five mistakes to avoid in workplace investigations
Friday, 24 April 2015 7:08am
Common but avoidable mistakes can put the integrity of any workplace investigation at risk. Read which ones are most likely to derail your next investigation. Read More - Five mistakes to avoid in workplace investigations
Seven gaming principles make HR programs more engaging
Thursday, 23 April 2015 7:30am
The term "gamification" can be misleading and off-putting, but what it's really about - using engagement principles to make people do things they wouldn't otherwise do - should already be second-nature to HR, according to a development specialist. Read More - Seven gaming principles make HR programs more engaging
Subscription content please login to view - Managers to blame for 'poor team players' Managers to blame for 'poor team players'
Wednesday, 22 April 2015 7:30am
When someone is considered a poor team player, it's often due to a manager failing to unlock their potential, not inherent issues with their abilities, says trainer Nick Mills. Read More - Managers to blame for 'poor team players'
Whitepaper: Why it's time to start seeing the potential in graduates
Wednesday, 22 April 2015 7:00am
Our research shows that today's graduates have just as much potential to succeed as experienced professionals and managers, both in terms of cognitive ability and soft skills. Learn how you can realise this potential by recruiting and developing graduates the right way. Read More - Whitepaper: Why it's time to start seeing the potential in graduates
Subscription content please login to view - No compensation for intoxicated manager's balcony fall No compensation for intoxicated manager's balcony fall
Wednesday, 22 April 2015 6:50am
A gathering of colleagues at a manager's apartment was not a "seamless continuation" of a preceding work lunch, and the injuries he sustained after falling from his balcony in an intoxicated state were not compensable, a commission has ruled. Read More - No compensation for intoxicated manager's balcony fall
Subscription content please login to view - Enticing resignations is risky business Enticing resignations is risky business
Tuesday, 21 April 2015 7:24am
An employer that plans to remove all its "people manager" roles is offering unhappy staff a generous severance payment, but an employment lawyer says this type of approach to large-scale change carries some risks. Read More - Enticing resignations is risky business
Subscription content please login to view - Wellbeing program delivers $1.3 million in productivity gains Wellbeing program delivers $1.3 million in productivity gains
Tuesday, 21 April 2015 6:55am
Optus has reaped productivity gains of more than $1.3 million by introducing a wellness program that improved employees' work effectiveness. Read More - Wellbeing program delivers $1.3 million in productivity gains
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