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29

Nov

2016

Inconsistent reference checks raise discrimination risks

nconsistencies in how HR managers and recruiters check candidate references exposes employers to "significant" risk of discrimination claims, according to new research from Xref.

24

Nov

2016

Why bullying and harassment occur

Two new reports shine a light on the prevalence of workplace bullying, the work climates that foster it, and its impact on absenteeism and productivity.

The first Safe Work Australia report is based on results from the 2014–15 Australian Workplace Barometer project, which involved interviews with more than 4,200 employees from across the country.

The research found nearly one in 10 employees have been bullied at work – a "sizeable increase since 2009–11, where seven per cent of Australian workers reported they experienced workplace bullying".

 

23

Nov

2016

Two New research reports on workplace mental health in Australia - Psycho-social and Bullying

Safe Work Australia has published two new research reports that present the latest findings on the prevalence of workplace bullying and harassment; and the impact of management commitment to psychological health and safety and poor mental health in the workplace on organisational productivity.

23

Nov

2016

Jobs in Clubs Students Serving their First Function

The students from NRL school to work serving there first function doing an awesome job #kitchenprep #onthepass #bar #waiter#jobreadyC2

22

Nov

2016

Millennials more interested in money and positive contribution than leading others

Millennials care more about making "a lot of money" and positively contributing to their organisations than about leading and managing others, according to new ManpowerGroup research.
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29

Nov

2016

Inconsistent reference checks raise discrimination risks

nconsistencies in how HR managers and recruiters check candidate references exposes employers to "significant" risk of discrimination claims, according to new research from Xref.

24

Nov

2016

Why bullying and harassment occur

Two new reports shine a light on the prevalence of workplace bullying, the work climates that foster it, and its impact on absenteeism and productivity.

The first Safe Work Australia report is based on results from the 2014–15 Australian Workplace Barometer project, which involved interviews with more than 4,200 employees from across the country.

The research found nearly one in 10 employees have been bullied at work – a "sizeable increase since 2009–11, where seven per cent of Australian workers reported they experienced workplace bullying".

 

23

Nov

2016

Two New research reports on workplace mental health in Australia - Psycho-social and Bullying

Safe Work Australia has published two new research reports that present the latest findings on the prevalence of workplace bullying and harassment; and the impact of management commitment to psychological health and safety and poor mental health in the workplace on organisational productivity.
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