Workplace Bullying E-Learning

Australian Government Gives $20 Million To Combat Workplace Bullying [So Here’s Your Free Workplace Bullying E-Learning Module]

Workplace Bullying is a major problem in all economies.  The Australian Government estimates that workplace bullying costs the national economy over $36 million dollars per year in lost productivity. As a result, the recent Federal Budget allocated over $20 million dollars to the Fair Work Commission so that it could do more in this troublesome…

Workplace Bullying and Harassment

Workplace Sexual Harassment [Powerful Video]

A major issue for any employer is how to prevent workplace bullying and sexual harassment. Under Occupational Health and Safety and anti-discrimination law, employers have a legal responsibility to provide a safe workplace. This short video explains: What is workplace sexual harassment. The social and economic effects What employers should do. Feel free to share the video…

Legal Responsibilities of Employers

Legal Responsibilities of Employers [Checklist]

The Australian Government regularly makes changes to the legal responsibilities of employers, particularly in the area of wage rates. Today we are sharing a government checklist of the legal responsibilities of employers. [box type=”alert”] FREE WORKPLACE LAW ONLINE BRIEFINGS:  See available session times here: Free Workplace Law Briefings For Employers [/box] Legal Responsibilities of Employers –…

Conflict and Resolution at Work

Conflict and Resolution At Work – Some Government Advice

Today we are looking at the issue of conflict and resolution at work and we are sharing some handy government advice. Thanks to regular HRwisdom contributor Wendy Takasch for sharing this very useful information. Over to Wendy . . . Conflict and Resolution At Work The challenge of running a business successfully can be very…

New Employment Model – Microworking

Controversial Presentation On A New Employment Model – Microworking

In today’s HRwisdom Blog, we are sharing a controversial video presentation which deals with a proposed new employment model – microworking. Plenty of people need jobs with very flexible hours — but it’s difficult for those people to connect with the employers who need them. Wingham Rowan is working on that. He explains how the…