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.
An employee was awarded a total of $625,345, being $210,000 for pain and suffering and $415,345 for pecuniary loss, due to the lack of duty of care from the Department of Health Victoria as her employer. Read how the relationship was causing the employee “extreme stress and she was at risk of psychiatric harm”.
ELM TV EXCLUSIVE – An excellent video featuring Associate Rachael Judge of Simpson Grierson talking about the need to have solid proactive and reactive approaches in place for workplace bullying. The short but clear message about natural justice is also not to be missed.
ELM TV EXCLUSIVE – Partner at Page Seager, David Dilger, spoke to us about a key takeaway from the HR Law Masterclass series; that of “procedural fairness”. This short video highlights some key considerations within internal processes, and links it with some top tips regarding workplace investigations.
Special Counsels Cilla Robinson and Christy Miller recently addressed issues regarding workplace bullying and discrimination. “A common issue that arises in unacceptable conduct cases is the lack of, or complacency with, policies which deal with the consequences of inappropriate behaviour in the workplace”.
Experienced industrial relations, employment law practitioner, and ELM workshop facilitator Aaron Goonrey of Lander & Rogers gives us his exclusive insights into the topic of managing difficult employee behaviours in this concise Q&A. Don’t miss the final point he makes on the topic.