An ever-increasing key dilemma for employers in the modern age is how to deal with the misconduct by staff through their use of social media platforms.
The list of potentially offending conduct is lengthy. For example, staff might call in sick but then post details of their activities on social media. Employees could post inappropriate, defamatory or confidential information on their accounts. One high-profile…Continue
Employers often face a quandary in dealing with underperformers, and whether to place them onto a performance management program.
It's essential that any such move can always be considered to be 'reasonable management action' in response to inappropriate behaviours or inadequate or unsatisfactory…Continue
Whistleblower protections have been top of mind for many Australian organisations recently, following a number of changes to the law.
The Treasury Laws Amendment (Enhancing Whistle-Blower Protections) Bill 2017 is due to come into effect from July…Continue
When conducting investigations in the workplace, senior staff and human resource managers often have to deal with uncooperative respondents.
Understandably, this can significantly hamper the progress of the investigation.
There are many ways in which the smooth running of an investigation can be negatively affected…Continue