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Major WHS Reform in Western Australia

As noted above, one of these differences includes the introduction of industrial manslaughter offences, which aim to ensure that workplace deaths caused by the conduct of PCBUs are met with substantial penalties. The WHS Bill includes two separate offences for industrial manslaughter; a ‘simple’ offence will arise where a person […]

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Managing your workforce in a post-lockdown world

Leadership matters no matter the working environment – be it the office or home. The best leaders appreciate this and are shifting and elevating their leadership style to suit these new circumstances. They understand that in times of challenge and uncertainty they need to provide more, not less leadership, writes […]

Five Cultural Pillars of Great Teams

What are some common elements of great teams? I call such elements the “cultural pillars of great teams.” The literature is full of definitions of each of these pillars. My purpose here is to illustrate what these pillars look like in action – as people are actually working as a […]

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Reaching the full potential of HR through automation

Time poor HR leaders are striving to maximise their productivity. Yet mundane, repetitive tasks have proven to be considerable time wasters. Where HR practitioners should be focused on measures that increase collaboration and agility, they’re losing precious time hunting for data, for example to approve leave requests, writes Luke Thomas, Product […]