A Cautionary Tale
Excellent advice on staff Christmas party pitfalls from a post by Vince Scopelliti on HR Daily
Look around the ATM machine to make sure there are not any skimming devices before withdrawing cash. Some are hard to detect, as they are manufactured to fit the ATM machine perfectly. Although it is recommended to look for the device, it is better to protect your PIN number. This is because the scammers cannot withdraw any cash without the PIN number. To protect the PIN number, simply cover the PIN from above with your hand or other things, such as a magazine or newspaper.
From a post by Catherine Gillespie on hrdaily community:
Workplace investigations require a thorough, unbiased and procedurally fair approach. There are common mistakes made during all phases of the investigation process that can put the integrity of the investigation at risk.
#1 – Not being responsive
Taking too long to respond to a complaint can lead to a bigger issue developing and the risk of legal intervention. An employer has a duty of care to act promptly and to keep the ...
From a post in hrdaily:
In some of the key cases handed down in the anti-bullying jurisdiction so far, the Fair Work Commission has provided useful guidance on what constitutes "repeated unreasonable behaviour", but also raised concerns about the scope of orders it can make.
Since January 1, 2014 the Fair Work Commission has had jurisdiction to deal with bullying complaints and order the bullying to stop. While it has no power to order reinstatement or compensation, the FWC does have ...
From a post by hrdaily:
Employers now face a much bigger threat of six-figure payouts for workplace sexual harassment, after a landmark Federal Court decision.
In awarding $130,000 to a former Oracle employee, the court has ruled community standards demand much higher compensation payments. Previously, most awards for victims of sexual harassment who suffer psychological injury fell in the range of $12,000 to $18,000.
Damon King, senior associate in ...