Fay Calderone's Blog – January 2016 Archive (2)

Bullying, sexual harassment, discrimination - what standard will your organisation tolerate this year?

A new era is upon us. An era where workplace bullying laws and compliance requirements are more onerous than ever before, where damages from sexual harassment complaints are rising exponentially and the boundaries between work and home life are blurring.  In this era, to not only thrive, but survive, organisations must embrace diversity and leaders must inspire cultural change.

“People won’t remember what you say or do – they will remember how you made them feel” a Maya…

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Added by Fay Calderone on January 20, 2016 at 9:38 — 2 Comments

The Essendon Decision - A Work Health & Safety Perspective

It wasn’t just AFL fans who read with interest this week’s decision issued by the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS), overturning last year’s AFL Anti-Doping Tribunal decision and banning several Essendon Football Club players who CAS found to have been injected with Thymosin Beta 4 with the intention of giving Essendon an unfair advantage in the 2012 AFL season.  

Workplace lawyers have also followed the case with fascination, given the potentially significant work health and…

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Added by Fay Calderone on January 16, 2016 at 9:56 — No Comments

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