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9

Dec

2011

The “Problem” of Spurious Workplace Bullying Claims

Dr Carl0 Caponecchia has written an excellent article on workplace bullying in The Conversation following on from the recent story in the Weekend Australian Magazine. He discusses on the false impression that there are large numbers of spurious workplace bullying claims and other misconceptions and myths surrounding the bullying problem. He offers some advice on detecting bullying, assessing injury and that fact that most experts reject mediation as a solution. Learn more about Workplace ...

9

Dec

2011

Random Acts of Recognition for Patrons

After my friend's son was delighted with his random act of recognition from his employer, I got to thinking about random acts of recognition one could apply to delight customers. I found this blog by Kate vanderVoort from Social Mediology on just this topic and some great ideas which you may be able to adapt to your club’s patrons. The value of these acts is greater to the brand and costs nothing like traditional advertising. Here are two ideas deployed by KLM and Spanair. The Dutch ...

9

Dec

2011

Random Acts of Recognition for Staff

A friend of  mine was telling me about her Y gen son who had returned home bursting to tell me about the unexpected gifts of recognition his employer had given to their small team. The segment was introduced by explaining specifically the top 10 things they needed to do in store to increase sales. Then they were given gifts “to help them do their jobs better.”  At the end of the gift giving a massive “motivation gauntlet” was thrown down. As an avid exerciser who “gets up to jog at 3am” ...

7

Dec

2011

Father Chris Riley Joins the Gaming Lobby

Today the SMH reports that Father Chris Riley, western youth worker, has dipped into the gaming lobby debate in support of the Clubs. He believes the most effective way to treat problem gambling is through counselling and education and not through mandatory pre-commitment and restricting bet size. A new flyer being distributed in NSW, QLD and Vic will feature Father Chris Riley and his statement. Read more here.  Blayne Webb, Director, Barringtons

7

Dec

2011

Jail terms for workplace and cyber bullying

John Ferguson from The Australian reported on 29 Nov that there is high level government support for jail terms for workplace and cyber bullying. There is support for extending the provisions of Victoria’s Brodie’s Law nationally, in effect making bullying a criminal offence. Victorian Attorney-General Robert Clark and Federal Assistant Treasurer Bill Shorten are behind the push. The Victorian Crimes Act offence of stalking was amended this year to cover serious bullying and that ...
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The office Christmas party can be a great place to unwind, celebrate your wins and socialise with your staff and work colleagues. But unwind a little too much, or fail to act on employee’s complaints about inappropriate behaviour towards them, and your business, culture and potentially bottom line can take a big hit.
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