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The Respect@Work Report and the Need for Action in 2021 (by my fellow Director, Jodie Fox at Worklogic)

The Respect@Work Report was released in March of this year (which in 2020 feels like ten years ago, rather than ten months).The report, which was the product of two year’s work, over 500 submissions, and 60 sessions of consultation across the nation, was released by the Australian Human Rights Commission and was a…See More
Dec 10, 2020
Jason Clark posted a blog post

The Respect@Work Report and the Need for Action in 2021 (by my fellow Director, Jodie Fox at Worklogic)

The Respect@Work Report was released in March of this year (which in 2020 feels like ten years ago, rather than ten months).The report, which was the product of two year’s work, over 500 submissions, and 60 sessions of consultation across the nation, was released by the Australian Human Rights Commission and was a…See More
Dec 9, 2020
A blog post by Jason Clark was featured

Procedural fairness in investigations of reportable conduct allegations (by my colleague Brooke Hall)

A reportable conduct investigation is necessarily different, and can sometimes be more complex to navigate, than other types of workplace investigations.In a reportable conduct context, it is obviously imperative that the investigator ensures all children are provided the opportunity to be involved (unless there is a very good reason that they are not) and that they are provided with a supportive and comfortable environment to report their concerns and/or their version of events. This will…See More
Dec 3, 2020
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Dec 2, 2020
Jason Clark posted a blog post

Procedural fairness in investigations of reportable conduct allegations (by my colleague Brooke Hall)

A reportable conduct investigation is necessarily different, and can sometimes be more complex to navigate, than other types of workplace investigations.In a reportable conduct context, it is obviously imperative that the investigator ensures all children are provided the opportunity to be involved (unless there is a very good reason that they are not) and that they are provided with a supportive and comfortable environment to report their concerns and/or their version of events. This will…See More
Dec 2, 2020
A blog post by Jason Clark was featured

At the risk of being a Grinch...

2019 is racing to the end like a rocket-propelled sleigh. Your team have worked hard all year and you plan to reward them with an office end-of-year/Christmas party, with all the trimmings.You worry though about what might happen if things get out of hand and it is natural to be cautious. I don't want to be all boohoo about this time of the year. Office parties, if…See More
Nov 25, 2019
Jason Clark posted a blog post

At the risk of being a Grinch...

2019 is racing to the end like a rocket-propelled sleigh. Your team have worked hard all year and you plan to reward them with an office end-of-year/Christmas party, with all the trimmings.You worry though about what might happen if things get out of hand and it is natural to be cautious. I don't want to be all boohoo about this time of the year. Office parties, if…See More
Nov 22, 2019

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What would you like to share about yourself?
Worklogic helps Australian employers promote positive workplace behaviour and resolve conflict and complaints fairly and respectfully.
Company website/blog
http://www.worklogic.com.au
How many employees in your company?
1-49
What areas of HR are you particularly passionate about?
Workplace misconduct
Workplace investigations
Workplace culture and culture assessments
Facilitating training about appropriate workplace behaviour, performance management and conducting workplace investigation
Mediations and conflict coaching
What kind of networking are you open to?
Open networking, Referrals between friends, Very targeted/niche, Invitation only

Jason Clark's Blog

The Respect@Work Report and the Need for Action in 2021 (by my fellow Director, Jodie Fox at Worklogic)

Posted on December 9, 2020 at 14:01 0 Comments

The Respect@Work Report was released in March of this year (which in 2020 feels like ten years ago, rather than ten months).

The report, which was the product of two year’s work, over 500 submissions, and 60 sessions of consultation across the nation, was released by the…

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Procedural fairness in investigations of reportable conduct allegations (by my colleague Brooke Hall)

Posted on December 2, 2020 at 8:31 0 Comments

A reportable conduct investigation is necessarily different, and can sometimes be more complex to navigate, than other types of workplace investigations.

In a reportable conduct context, it is obviously imperative that the investigator ensures all children are provided the opportunity to be involved (unless there is a very good reason that they are not) and that they are provided with a supportive and comfortable environment to report their concerns and/or their version of events.…

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At the risk of being a Grinch...

Posted on November 22, 2019 at 17:00 0 Comments

2019 is racing to the end like a rocket-propelled sleigh. Your team have worked hard all year and you plan to reward them with an office end-of-year/Christmas party, with all the trimmings.

You worry though about what might happen if things get out of hand and it is natural to be cautious. I don't want to be all boohoo about this time…

Continue

Some tips to avoid a HR hangover on 1 July!

Posted on June 23, 2016 at 16:00 0 Comments

As this financial year sprints to the end, a lot of employees will be looking forward to the much awaited ‘end of financial year’ party. While this is a great way for employees to take a breath after the year that was, it can become a testing time for HR staff when last drinks are called.

To help minimise or avoid poor behaviour, here are some tips:

  • Remind employees about what constitutes unacceptable behaviour and the consequences for such behaviour.
  • Encourage…
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