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Employees are "fleeing the dysfunctional environment where they're not being developed", Gartner HR vice-president Aaron McEwan says, predicting there could be a "mass exodus of organisational refugees" as the proportion of employees actively seeking new jobs increases.

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The most resilient teams have six traits that help drive productivity and high performance, The Resilients founder Nicola Swankie says. Leaders who want more resilient teams have to set the right example through the way they show up at work, she adds.

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Managing ill and injured employees can become incredibly complex, so it's important for employers to remember they have a clear right to seek medical information to help them in the process, says Kingston Reid partner Christa Lenard. Case law is predicated on the assumption that an employer may ask questions where it relates to an employee's capacity to perform the inherent requirements of their role, she notes.

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Internal mobility is a "two-way street", but too many employers are viewing it solely from the perspective of what's in it for them, according to PageUp's head of market research and insights Rebecca Skilbeck. Organisations need systems and processes to create better awareness and visibility about internal mobility opportunities, she adds.

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In a case that has "huge implications" for employers, according to HWL Ebsworth partner Brad Swebeck, an employer that had no records to disprove underpayment allegations by two former employees has been ordered to pay them almost $19,000 plus interest.

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An employee who "created a retrospective narrative" spanning two decades has failed to prove he should be compensated for a psychological injury. He began suffering from paranoia in the course of his employment, but didn't suffer incapacity for work until four years later.