My vision for gender equality is for a world in which women can realise their full potential, and are able to live free from workplace oppression. But my vision also includes a world where men can be vulnerable, care freely, and work flexibly.
Diane has worked with Employment Law Matters on delivering the Workshop for our Workplace Diversity and Inclusion Conferences, as well as the standalone diversity workshop series. ELM: We’ve seen your recent video on ELM where you highlight three things to consider when developing a diversity and inclusion strategy in an organisation Diane, For those that missed…
ELM TV EXCLUSIVE – Hear what Workplace Diversity & Inclusion workshop trainer Diane Utatao advises those developing their D&I strategy in this video. “The best plans are supported visibly and passionately by the CEO and the senior level executives,” she says. “Without their commitment, you might as well walk away.”
ELM TV EXCLUSIVE – Rated the most engaging speaker of the HR Law Masterclass series in March, Madelaine August provides viewers with a breakdown on the topic of procedural fairness. She highlights where employers sometimes get it wrong.
Read why the Full Bench upheld Bupa’s right to change the rosters of over 2,200 part time employees across its 29 aged care homes in NSW in this article by Calum Cook – Bupa A&NZ’s Deputy General Counsel – Care Services, Employment and Litigation.
In Pere v Central Queensland Hospital and Health Service  QDC 2, Mr Pere, a Fire Safety and Security Officer at the Gladstone Hospital, presented to work in what appeared to be an intoxicated state. He was requested to attend the emergency department of the Hospital to undertake blood and urine tests. The results of the tests established a four times the legal limit.
ELM TV Exclusive – Alison Monroe provides us with her five simple steps for turning the challenges of having a mature aged workforce into one that can assist business instead.
ELM TV EXCLUSIVE – CBRE’s Head of Talent Development and Diversity, Olivia Walsh highlights the different programs and initiatives that they’re doing internally to push for greater diversity in their business.
In this article by Nathan Luke of Stacks Law Firm, we are reminded of the things we can and cannot ask during an interview with a potential candidate. Whilst some of the questions are obviously in the “don’t ask” basket, this piece points to some interesting things you can probe about.
Employment Lawyer and Registered Migration Agent, Lisa Qiu writes how the FWO “has begun cracking down on employers, forcing them to fork out thousands of dollars in back-pay and penalty fines for underpaying workers.” Read the specific case examples here.