Workplace investigations can foster awkwardness, disconnectedness and even anger among employees, particularly if they have resulted in disciplinary action, an HR Daily Community member says.
In this week's featured post, Vince Scopelliti discusses key ways to rebuild work relationships post-investigation.
Other topics this week include four misconceptions about HR; 10 steps to building resilience; handling common types of workplace conflict; and more. Browse the posts here:
- Evolving and moving on from a workplace investigation - Vince Scopelliti
- Four misconceptions about human resources - Christopher Ross
- A holistic approach to building resilience - 10 tips to bounce back from life's challenges - Kate Zourkas
- Handle conflict like a pro: Essential team conflict management examples and tips - Sebastian Reay
- Recruiting your perfect match: Three tips to making candidate connections that last - Barb Bidan
- Romantic relationships in the workplace - Tony Fell
- Worker's aggressive response was a breach of Code of Conduct and warranted summary dismissal - Shane Koelmeyer
- Workplace investigations: drafting allegations - Phil O'Brien
- Let's rethink organisational design - Catherine Gillespie
- The last straw: Assaulted worker denied access to workers' comp for baiting and taunting co-worker to breaking point - Shane Koelmeyer
- Workplace investigations: How to set out allegation letters - Phil O'Brien
- The importance of keeping your employee's data safe - Hayley Powell
- Living together in (im)perfect harmony: Redeployment not appropriate for employee who did not trust manager - Shane Koelmeyer