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How to use specialist marketplaces to maximise talent management in a downturn

With organisations needing to tighten their spending and review work practices and internal talent pool, now is a great time for leaders to consider doing things differently. The continued growth of freelancer and specialist marketplaces as a source of excellent talent is not going to stop any time soon and organisations that leverage these specialist skills will be amongst the leaders of the post COVID world.At a time of recession, focus on the core business is everything and how you deliver…See More
Oct 1
Harriet Witchell liked Mark Brand's blog post How to find the right outplacement provider – when you needed them yesterday
Sep 30
Harriet Witchell posted a blog post

How to use specialist marketplaces to maximise talent management in a downturn

With organisations needing to tighten their spending and review work practices and internal talent pool, now is a great time for leaders to consider doing things differently. The continued growth of freelancer and specialist marketplaces as a source of excellent talent is not going to stop any time soon and organisations that leverage these specialist skills will be amongst the leaders of the post COVID world.At a time of recession, focus on the core business is everything and how you deliver…See More
Sep 30
A blog post by Harriet Witchell was featured

Top concerns facing HR when investigating complex sexual harassment claims

Following the recent release of the respect @work: Sexual Harassment National inquiry Report (2020), Kate Jenkins the Sex Discrimination Commissioner has called on all Australian workplaces to work together to tackle sexual harassment. In the report it states;  “the current legal and regulatory…See More
Jul 6
Harriet Witchell posted a blog post

Top concerns facing HR when investigating complex sexual harassment claims

Following the recent release of the respect @work: Sexual Harassment National inquiry Report (2020), Kate Jenkins the Sex Discrimination Commissioner has called on all Australian workplaces to work together to tackle sexual harassment. In the report it states;  “the current legal and regulatory…See More
Jul 3
A blog post by Harriet Witchell was featured

How to leverage the gig economy in the face of recession

By January 2023, 34% of all jobs will be provided by the gig economy according to statistics released in January 2019 (Robert Half)For years there have been concerns about the casualisation of work and the resulting disempowerment of labour. Recent events during the COVID-19 crises have highlighted the flimsy rights of the casual workforce. In Australia, the recent case of WorkPack Pty Ltd vs Rossato [2020] FCAFC 84  clarified the distinction between permanent and casual employees must be more…See More
Jun 4
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May 29
Harriet Witchell posted a blog post

How to leverage the gig economy in the face of recession

By January 2023, 34% of all jobs will be provided by the gig economy according to statistics released in January 2019 (Robert Half)For years there have been concerns about the casualisation of work and the resulting disempowerment of labour. Recent events during the COVID-19 crises have highlighted the flimsy rights of the casual workforce. In Australia, the recent case of WorkPack Pty Ltd vs Rossato [2020] FCAFC 84  clarified the distinction between permanent and casual employees must be more…See More
May 29
A blog post by Harriet Witchell was featured

Conducting remote investigations and investigative interviews

Current social distancing rules and COVID-19 workplace safety measures are making it hard to undertake ‘business as usual’ for the investigation of complaints or claims.Business are developing work practices that enable these functions to occur whilst ensuring that no person is placed at risk of contracting the virus.The legal system has found these changes challenging but last week the Victoria Courts announced its strategy for conducting mediation and hearings and disclosed the widespread use…See More
Apr 19
Harriet Witchell posted a blog post

Conducting remote investigations and investigative interviews

Current social distancing rules and COVID-19 workplace safety measures are making it hard to undertake ‘business as usual’ for the investigation of complaints or claims.Business are developing work practices that enable these functions to occur whilst ensuring that no person is placed at risk of contracting the virus.The legal system has found these changes challenging but last week the Victoria Courts announced its strategy for conducting mediation and hearings and disclosed the widespread use…See More
Apr 17
Harriet Witchell posted a blog post

The art of investigation when it comes to hooking up on a work trip

Is hooking up on Tinder whilst on a work trip a problem? Well, it depends. It depends on what happens and for whom it might be a problem.The act itself may be a problem for someone you are already in a contractual agreement with, like your wife or husband, but does your boss really care?Like most, I am incredibly curious about the two headline cases of workers compensation vs sexual encounters on a work trip.The French caseIn the 2013 French case where a worker died whilst having sex, but not…See More
Nov 22, 2019
Harriet Witchell is now a member of HR Daily Community
Nov 21, 2019

Profile Information

What would you like to share about yourself?
Harriet is the founder and CEO of MyKludo.com, an online marketplace for Investigation Professionals. For over 20 years Harriet has been providing leaderhip in Workplace Investigations across Australia and is the author of the award winning book "Investigative Interviewing: A guide book for workplace investigators" H.L.Stacy, & A.Page, 2013 WISE Workplace Investigations.
Company website/blog
http://Mykludo.com
How many employees in your company?
1-49
What areas of HR are you particularly passionate about?
Workplace investigations
workers compensation
insurance
return to work
conflict
What kind of networking are you open to?
Open networking

Harriet Witchell's Blog

How to use specialist marketplaces to maximise talent management in a downturn

Posted on September 30, 2020 at 11:21 0 Comments

With organisations needing to tighten their spending and review work practices and internal talent pool, now is a great time for leaders to consider doing things differently. The continued growth of freelancer and specialist marketplaces as a source of excellent talent is not going to stop any time soon and organisations that leverage these specialist skills will be amongst the leaders of the post COVID world.

At a time of recession, focus on the core business is everything and how…

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Top concerns facing HR when investigating complex sexual harassment claims

Posted on July 3, 2020 at 11:36 0 Comments

Following the recent release of the respect @work: Sexual Harassment National inquiry Report (2020), Kate Jenkins the Sex Discrimination Commissioner has called on all Australian workplaces to work together to tackle sexual harassment. In the report it states;  “the current legal and…

Continue

How to leverage the gig economy in the face of recession

Posted on May 29, 2020 at 15:00 0 Comments

By January 2023, 34% of all jobs will be provided by the gig economy according to statistics released in January 2019 (Robert Half)

For years there have been concerns about the casualisation of work and the resulting disempowerment of labour. Recent events during the COVID-19 crises have highlighted the flimsy rights of the casual workforce. In Australia, the recent case of WorkPack Pty Ltd vs Rossato [2020] FCAFC 84  clarified the distinction between permanent and casual employees…

Continue

Conducting remote investigations and investigative interviews

Posted on April 17, 2020 at 11:25 0 Comments

Current social distancing rules and COVID-19 workplace safety measures are making it hard to undertake ‘business as usual’ for the investigation of complaints or claims.

Business are developing work practices that enable these functions to occur whilst ensuring that no person is placed at risk of contracting the virus.

The legal system has found these changes challenging but last week the Victoria Courts announced its strategy for conducting…

Continue

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