Flexible Workplace Arrangements – How Much Flex Is Enough Flex?
In a post COVID-19 environment where the issue of what is a reasonable level of flexibility is in flux, this case illustrates the need for employers to proactively manage the challenges and demands of modern working flexibilities, and provides useful lessons in understanding how much they need to “flex” when it comes to requests for flexible work arrangements.
The Value of Managing Psychosocial Risks: Burden or Strategic Investment?
Transforming your workplace into a beacon of psychological health and safety is not just a legal imperative but a strategic differentiator. Learn the benefits of adopting an investment mindset towards psychosocial risk management and how to foster a healthier, more productive workplace environment.
Applying the GROW Coaching Model to Move Through Challenges
Got a challenge you need to work through or set a big goal you haven’t achieved yet? Wondering how you can get from where you are now to where you need to be — while confidently leading your team to the other side? You need to start with the GROW Coaching Model.
The Festive Season is here! – What employers need to know
With the festive season creeping in, employers need to be aware of the entitlements and rules that apply whilst their business operates during the end of year holiday season. Do you know your responsibilities and the legislative requirements?
The Zombie Apocalypse Crusade Continues
With Zombie Agreements automatically terminating on 6 December 2023, employers should be assessing their collective agreements to determine whether an application to extend is viable and, if not, take steps to implement an enterprise agreement (time permitting) or prepare to be subject to one or more applicable modern awards.
The test-taker is always the highest priority
It can be easy to forget the enormous amount of power we wield when using psychometric tests in any context. That is why, in any assessment process, the test-taker is always the highest priority. Find out the importance of a simple and ethically administered testing process here.
Proactive not reactive: Are you fulfilling your positive duty obligations?
Ahead of new regulatory powers of the Australian Human Rights Commission (AHRC) to investigate and enforce compliance with positive duty under the Sex Discrimination Act 1984 that commence on 12th December 2023, the AHRC has released guidelines to help businesses understand their responsibilities and identify and implement any changes they may need to make to meet their legal obligations.