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A blog post by Emir Montazer (CAHRI) was featured

It’s okay not to be okay

Today is ‘World Suicide Prevention Day’ and Thursday is ‘R U OK? Day’ – two very important dates in the calendar year allowing us to reflect, raise awareness and discuss the importance of mental health in our workplaces.Mental health in the workplaceAccording to various data, it is estimated that one in five Australian employees report…See More
Sep 10
Emir Montazer (CAHRI) posted a blog post

It’s okay not to be okay

Today is ‘World Suicide Prevention Day’ and Thursday is ‘R U OK? Day’ – two very important dates in the calendar year allowing us to reflect, raise awareness and discuss the importance of mental health in our workplaces.Mental health in the workplaceAccording to various data, it is estimated that one in five Australian employees report…See More
Sep 10
A blog post by Emir Montazer (CAHRI) was featured

It all starts with effective onboarding

We all know how time consuming it can be when attracting and recruiting for a new role. There are so many things we need to factor before inviting a candidate for a face to face interview - whether they have the right skillset, experiences, qualifications, etc. Sometimes we even need to put the candidate through various assessments and invite them for multiple interviews before a job offer is made. The assumption is that once the candidate accepts our offer and a commencement date is agreed,…See More
Sep 3
Emir Montazer (CAHRI) posted a blog post

It all starts with effective onboarding

We all know how time consuming it can be when attracting and recruiting for a new role. There are so many things we need to factor before inviting a candidate for a face to face interview - whether they have the right skillset, experiences, qualifications, etc. Sometimes we even need to put the candidate through various assessments and invite them for multiple interviews before a job offer is made. The assumption is that once the candidate accepts our offer and a commencement date is agreed,…See More
Sep 3
A blog post by Emir Montazer (CAHRI) was featured

It takes change to make change

For us human beings, change has always been ingrained into our heads as something difficult; anything from changing houses to a household brand we use on a daily basis. The same applies within the workplace. When change is introduced, it brings a level of anxiety and discomfort for workers as it puts them out of their comfort zone. Despite this, for businesses to remain competitive and improve their performance, change is required. As Henry Ford once said, “if you always do what you’ve always…See More
Aug 27
Emir Montazer (CAHRI) posted a blog post

It takes change to make change

For us human beings, change has always been ingrained into our heads as something difficult; anything from changing houses to a household brand we use on a daily basis. The same applies within the workplace. When change is introduced, it brings a level of anxiety and discomfort for workers as it puts them out of their comfort zone. Despite this, for businesses to remain competitive and improve their performance, change is required. As Henry Ford once said, “if you always do what you’ve always…See More
Aug 27
A blog post by Emir Montazer (CAHRI) was featured

Employer obligations to work-related injury or illness

Regardless of what state we reside in, an employer has a duty of care to provide and maintain a safe workplace for all its employees. However, unfortunately despite all efforts, incidents and injuries still occur in the workplace. When an employee becomes ill or injured because of their work, and has incapacity for work, the employer has an obligation to ensure that they are cared for; has every opportunity to recover and return to work. Let’s explore this in more detail for Victoria;…See More
Aug 20
Emir Montazer (CAHRI) posted a blog post

Employer obligations to work-related injury or illness

Regardless of what state we reside in, an employer has a duty of care to provide and maintain a safe workplace for all its employees. However, unfortunately despite all efforts, incidents and injuries still occur in the workplace. When an employee becomes ill or injured because of their work, and has incapacity for work, the employer has an obligation to ensure that they are cared for; has every opportunity to recover and return to work. Let’s explore this in more detail for Victoria;…See More
Aug 20
A blog post by Emir Montazer (CAHRI) was featured

It’s 2018… Does your business celebrate diversity & inclusion?

We live in an interesting era where despite the advancement of globalisation and technology, we still come across or hear from bigots daily; including some of our politicians to the everyday people. We all know how dangerous this can be to our society as it divides the community. What about in the workplace? If our workplaces were operating with that sort mentality, no doubt there will be a lot of conflict amongst employees, let alone the discrimination cases going through the roof for…See More
Aug 13
Emir Montazer (CAHRI) posted a blog post

It’s 2018… Does your business celebrate diversity & inclusion?

We live in an interesting era where despite the advancement of globalisation and technology, we still come across or hear from bigots daily; including some of our politicians to the everyday people. We all know how dangerous this can be to our society as it divides the community. What about in the workplace? If our workplaces were operating with that sort mentality, no doubt there will be a lot of conflict amongst employees, let alone the discrimination cases going through the roof for…See More
Aug 13
A blog post by Emir Montazer (CAHRI) was featured

How serious is ‘Serious Misconduct’?

It’s no brainer that when an employee engages in serious misconduct and they get caught, their employment will be terminated without giving it too much thought. One would think that the process should be relatively straightforward when compared to other types of dismissals, but why is it that employers still end up trying to battle an unfair dismissal or a general protection claim? That’s because most of the time, the correct process is not followed!…See More
Aug 7
Emir Montazer (CAHRI) posted a blog post

How serious is ‘Serious Misconduct’?

It’s no brainer that when an employee engages in serious misconduct and they get caught, their employment will be terminated without giving it too much thought. One would think that the process should be relatively straightforward when compared to other types of dismissals, but why is it that employers still end up trying to battle an unfair dismissal or a general protection claim? That’s because most of the time, the correct process is not followed!…See More
Aug 6
A blog post by Emir Montazer (CAHRI) was featured

Employee Engagement - The workplace miracle drug!!

Struggling to engage employees in your workplace? If so, you’re not alone! It is estimated that almost 80% of Australian workers are disengaged in some aspect in their jobs. Due to this, businesses are feeling the pinch with lost revenue... It is said that if organisations get employee engagement right, it is treated as the miracle drug for workplace challenges!!…See More
Jul 30
Emir Montazer (CAHRI) posted a blog post

Employee Engagement - The workplace miracle drug!!

Struggling to engage employees in your workplace? If so, you’re not alone! It is estimated that almost 80% of Australian workers are disengaged in some aspect in their jobs. Due to this, businesses are feeling the pinch with lost revenue... It is said that if organisations get employee engagement right, it is treated as the miracle drug for workplace challenges!!…See More
Jul 30
A blog post by Emir Montazer (CAHRI) was featured

“You’re on performance management…”

Certain things in life come with a bad stigma. No doubt ‘performance management’ is one of those! When an employee is placed on performance management, it is common for other employees to automatically assume that the affected employee is not performing, and the employer is looking for a way to push them out of the business. However, this is a wrong assumption and should not be tolerated in today’s workplace. HR should not only assist with the performance management process but should also…See More
Jul 23
Emir Montazer (CAHRI) posted a blog post

“You’re on performance management…”

Certain things in life come with a bad stigma. No doubt ‘performance management’ is one of those! When an employee is placed on performance management, it is common for other employees to automatically assume that the affected employee is not performing, and the employer is looking for a way to push them out of the business. However, this is a wrong assumption and should not be tolerated in today’s workplace. HR should not only assist with the performance management process but should also…See More
Jul 23

Profile Information

What would you like to share about yourself?
I am an experienced generalist HR Manager with extensive strategic, operational and consulting expertise. With a Masters of Business and Post Grad qualifications in HR, I am also a member of the Australian Human Resource Institute (AHRI) as a Certified Professional.

I align my professional goals with my employer business goals to achieve best outcomes through efficient people management, fulfilling work cultures and implementing business practices.
Company website/blog
http://www.cpm-aus.com.au
How many employees in your company?
500+
What areas of HR are you particularly passionate about?
Employment Law, Industrial Relations, Performance Management, Talent Management, WH&S, Workers Compensation, Employee Engagement, Change Management, Cultural Development and L&D.
What kind of networking are you open to?
Open networking

Emir Montazer (CAHRI)'s Blog

It’s okay not to be okay

Posted on September 10, 2018 at 9:58 0 Comments

Today is ‘World Suicide Prevention Day’ and Thursday is ‘R U OK? Day’ – two very important dates in the calendar year allowing us to reflect, raise awareness and discuss the importance of mental health in our workplaces.

Mental health in the workplace

According to various data, it is…

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It all starts with effective onboarding

Posted on September 3, 2018 at 10:00 0 Comments

We all know how time consuming it can be when attracting and recruiting for a new role. There are so many things we need to factor before inviting a candidate for a face to face interview - whether they have the right skillset, experiences, qualifications, etc. Sometimes we even need to put the candidate through various assessments and invite them for multiple interviews before a job offer is made. The assumption is that once the candidate accepts our offer and a commencement date is agreed,…

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It takes change to make change

Posted on August 27, 2018 at 9:39 0 Comments

For us human beings, change has always been ingrained into our heads as something difficult; anything from changing houses to a household brand we use on a daily basis. The same applies within the workplace. When change is introduced, it brings a level of anxiety and discomfort for workers as it puts them out of their comfort zone. Despite this, for businesses to remain competitive and improve their performance, change is required. As Henry Ford once said, “if you always do what you’ve…

Continue

Employer obligations to work-related injury or illness

Posted on August 20, 2018 at 10:07 0 Comments

Regardless of what state we reside in, an employer has a duty of care to provide and maintain a safe workplace for all its employees. However, unfortunately despite all efforts, incidents and injuries still occur in the workplace. When an employee becomes ill or injured because of their work, and has incapacity for work, the employer has an obligation to ensure that they are cared for; has every opportunity to recover and return to work. Let’s explore this in more detail for…

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