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Leaders and 'above the line' behaviour; Working parents; and more

Leaders sometimes claim they are pushed "below the line" of acceptable workplace conduct when dealing with others' misbehaviour, but this indicates they lack responsibility, resilience and influence, HR Daily Community member Catherine Gillespie warns in this week's featured post.

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Unfair dismissal highlights "danger" of not verifying misconduct allegations

An employee was unfairly dismissed despite threatening to kill his manager, the Fair Work Commission has ruled, in a case it says demonstrates the "danger" of not seeking an employee's version of events. » more »

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Webcast: Managing remote and on-site misconduct

Managing misconduct is always difficult, but remote work and pandemic factors have heightened employers' challenges in this space. This webcast provides an up-to-date review of misconduct case law and outlines on-site and online risks, appropriate disciplinary responses, and much more. » more »

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Webcast: Managing remote and on-site misconduct

Managing misconduct is always difficult, but remote work and pandemic factors have heightened employers' challenges in this space. This webcast provides an up-to-date review of misconduct case law and outlines on-site and online risks, appropriate disciplinary responses, and much more. » more »

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Best practice performance management is a retention tool, not exit 'weapon'

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Slight changes in the wording used to describe performance management can make the difference between whether it's perceived as a "weapon" to exit poor performers, or a genuine attempt to develop and retain employees, Accenture's HR leader says. » more »