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CHANGE MANAGEMENT

Employers 'dwell too much' on failed workplace changes

Employers waste too much time dwelling on the reasons why their change programs fail, instead of embracing failure as a stepping-stone towards successful change, researchers say.

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TERMINATION
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Fair to sack employee after "deliberate" failure to attend IME

An employee stymied all attempts by her employer to ensure she was fit for work following an extended absence, the Fair Work Commission has found in rejecting her unfair dismissal claim. » more »

LEADERS & EXECUTIVES
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Leaders are over-estimating remote work success

Employees' productivity and wellbeing has improved in many organisations during remote work, but leaders are overestimating by how much, new research suggests. » more »

INVESTIGATIONS & PROCEDURAL FAIRNESS
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Webcast: Fair and sound workplace investigations

One misstep in workplace investigations can undermine a decision and expose employers to claims, and remote work arrangements have added an extra layer of complexity. In this webcast, a lawyer discusses procedural fairness essentials, case law lessons, special considerations during COVID-19, and much more. » more »

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Want employees back? Eliminate time-wasting meetings

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Office-based employers will struggle to encourage their remote workers back unless they get rid of time-wasting meetings, according to an organisational development specialist. » more »