28 02, 2019

Curb the Negative Effects of Office Gossip

2019-02-07T13:54:54+08:00 February 28th, 2019|Coaching and Management Support, Conflict Resolution and Mediation, HR Consulting Services|

Trust and collaboration are at the heart of any successful organisation and gossip has the potential to ruin both.Most people have been guilty of indulging in a little gossip at some point. However, gossiping can detract from performance and so also productivity. Whether it’s speculating about a co-worker’s questionable fashion choices or the boss’s new girlfriend, every workplace has its fair share of gossip. However, gossip can be incredibly damaging

11 10, 2018

Are you Doing Enough to Stop Sexual Harassment in the Workplace? Seeking Professional Intervention Can Help Identify Culpable Behaviours

2018-09-27T16:50:14+08:00 October 11th, 2018|Coaching and Management Support, HR Consulting Services, Psychosocial Hazards, Workplace Investigations|

As Australia becomes more sensitive to sexual harassment issues in the workplace, managers may be obliged to become more accountable for behaviours that occur under their watch. Sexual harassment in the workplace refers to unwanted sexual attentions that could be physical, verbal, written, electronic or emotional. Men and women are both vulnerable to sexual harassment although there are higher numbers of instances where women tend to be the victims. According

28 09, 2018

Are Hidden Workplace Bullying Issues Threatening to Disrupt Productivity?

2018-09-27T16:48:40+08:00 September 28th, 2018|Conflict Resolution and Mediation, HR Consulting Services, Training and Development, Workplace Investigations|

Is inappropriate, aggressive or rude behaviour affecting your work or peace of mind? Are desirable employees quitting your company due to bullying issues? Contrary to popular belief, bullying is not restricted to schools and colleges. According to a research study conducted by University of Wollongong, Australia, at least 40% of Australian employees have experienced workplace bullying. This implies that at least half of the Australian working population has had to