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6 Activities Perfect for Enhancing Team Spirit among Your Employees

Friday 19 April 2019

Mike Parsons

Your employees make the core of your company. They are the ones who will help your business thrive. So, it goes without saying that it's necessary to make an effort to create a sense of teamwork...

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No Take Backs: Employer successfully recovers stolen money from former employee, despite deed of release

Monday 15 April 2019

Shane Koelmeyer

The end of the employment relationship can be a challenging time for both employers and employees. The parting of ways can be the result of many factors and there can be lots of issues at...

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Apple and Aldi, the most 'actively' searched companies for jobs in Australia, over the last three years

Wednesday 17 April 2019

Kayla Medica

Perkbox , Europe's fastest growing employee experience platform, that recently launched in Australia, and SEMrush , a marketing analytics SaaS platform, have teamed up to find out some of...

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5 Interesting Facts About Recruitment Marketing Automation

Wednesday 17 April 2019

Damian Samoila

You have your company's employee value proposition nailed down. You have your ideal candidate personas broken down by position, and you've selected a number of social channels that might be good...

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Talk to Me: the importance of consultation in the redundancy process

Monday 15 April 2019

Shane Koelmeyer

The Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth) ( FW Act ) provides that a person will not be unfairly dismissed where the person was dismissed as a result of genuine redundancy. To obtain the...

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The Right Mix: Professionalism, Impartiality and Empathy

Wednesday 17 April 2019

Vince Scopelliti

When conducting a workplace investigation, it is essential that there is consideration given to maintaining an appropriate balance between professionalism, impartiality and empathy. By...

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Want Happy Employees? 4 Proven Ways to Improve Onboarding

Monday 15 April 2019

Gal Thompson

There's been a lot of discussion around how HR technology can improve the experience at work. Now new digital tools have the power to deliver a seamless onboarding process. You...

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De-Fame!: Employer ordered to pay $237,000 for defaming former employee

Monday 15 April 2019

Shane Koelmeyer

Defamation in the workplace is more often than not associated with disgruntled employees making adverse or negative remarks about their employer (or former employer). This has become a major...

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How Google Analytics Can Help Recruiters

Thursday 11 April 2019

Damian Samoila

So much recruitment activity happens online these days that it can be tough to recall the eras in which it didn't. Still, if anyone reading this has been to a job fair (either as a recruiter or a...

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Family Feud: FWC orders managing director to stop bullying HR manager

Thursday 11 April 2019

Shane Koelmeyer

In response to an application to stop bullying, the Fair Work Commission ( FWC ) has the power to make any orders it thinks necessary to prevent workplace bullying from continuing. The FWC's...

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Safety is not a "sometimes thing": Employer fined for failing to effectively enforce safe systems

Thursday 11 April 2019

Shane Koelmeyer

The NSW District Court has convicted and fined a KFC franchisee after a young worker sustained third degree burns when his foot slipped into hot oil while he was cleaning the hoods of an overhead...

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Legal Professional Privilege and Workplace Investigations

Wednesday 10 April 2019

Vince Scopelliti

When a workplace investigation is required, there may occasionally be good reason to seek legal professional privilege regarding the findings. This is particularly the case in matters that may...

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