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How to deal with difficult people in the workplace

Published on Business First Magazine, December 2016

Most of us would have come across a difficult person at some point in our lives and most likely it has happened in the workplace.

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Christmas is not a merry time for all

Published on Workplace OHS, December 2016

Christmas is painted as a joyous, busy time for everyone, with gift giving, parties and holidays, however, for some people, the festive season is a time of emotional stress, sadness and difficulty.

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How should workplaces prepare for victims of domestic abuse?

Published on Sydney Morning Herald, December 2016

Many Australians affected by domestic abuse are part of a workplace. But what stand should a workplace take to curb the effects of what has been described as a "national social crisis".

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Christmas is not a merry time for all

Published on Daily Bulletin, December 2016

Christmas is painted as a joyous, busy time for everyone, with gift giving, parties and holidays, however, for some people, the festive season is a time of emotional stress, sadness and difficulty.

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How to take care of others over the festive season

Published on HC Online, December 2016

There has been an increase in the number of people who are seeking professional counselling services for depression and suicidal ideation this month, according to AccessEAP, a corporate psychology organisation which supports and develops positive organisational behaviour.

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Does your workplace ignore domestic violence?

Published by Workplace OHS, November 2016

In the lead up to White Ribbon Day, workplaces are being urged to not turn a blind eye to domestic violence and rethink it as a workplace issue.

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Paranoia holding back flexible work; and more

Published by HR Daily, November 2016

“Perception paranoia” the biggest work from home barrier

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Workplaces urged to implement domestic violence policies

Published by Facility Management, November 2016

Economic considerations are one of the determining factors in whether a woman will leave or return to an abusive relationship, making it crucial for companies to develop policies in order to support staff experiencing domestic violence with paid employment.

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Workplaces and the victims of domestic abuse

Published by Safe to Work, November 2016

Economic considerations are one of the determining factors in whether a woman will leave or return to an abusive relationship, making it crucial for companies to develop policies in order to support staff experiencing domestic violence with paid employment.

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Ensure managers act on reports of domestic violence

Published by OHS Alert, November 2016

In the lead up to White Ribbon Day on 25 November, employers are being urged to implement domestic violence policies and ensure managers are prepared to take emergency action to keep employee victims safe.

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Men and mental health issues: What are the challenges?

Published by Human Resources Media Blog, November 2016

Greens senator Scott Ludlam announced last week that he’ taking leave to treat depression and anxiety. Here’s why HR needs to take men’s mental health issues seriously.

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Maintaining a mentally healthy workplace: Tips and benefits

Published on Facility Management, October 2016

Throughout the month of October, Australia recognises the importance of mental health awareness, with World Mental Health Day having occurred last week.

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Employees should play a part in creating a mentally healthy workplace

Published on Safe to Work, October 2016

A recent survey by law firm MinterEllison has found almost three-quarters of Australian workplaces have no formal policy or procedure for managing staff mental health issues.

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Employees should play a part in creating a mentally healthy workplace

Published on Business Daily, October 2016

A recent survey by law firm MinterEllison has found almost three-quarters of Australian workplaces have no formal policy or procedure for managing staff mental health issues.

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Employees warned: don’t ignore mental health issues

Published by ASSA online, September 2016

As annual R U OK? day has passed, we must still remember the impact that mental health issues can bring to workers and their respective workplaces. According to a recent talk at the National Safety Convention, A workplace that is mentally healthy is good for business.

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Employees warned: don’t ignore mental health issues

Published by Workplace OHS online, September 2016

A workplace that is mentally healthy is good for business, according to recent talk at the National Safety Convention.

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Staying safe in the workplace

Published by Australian Mining online, September 2016

This year’s safety in action event will highlight the importance of mental and physical health in the workplace.

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Stress caused by toxic staff is driving managers crazy

Published in Business First, September 2016

Managers are suffering from increasing stress caused by toxic employees in today’s workplace.

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Create a Work Environment to Help Manage Workplace Stress for Women

Published by Motherpedia, August 2016

Increasingly, employed women who have families are expected to juggle a multitude of tasks, managing many and varied demands and responsibilities across their personal and work lives.

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Solution to workplace safety in Sydney

Published by Food Magazine, August 2016

The largest workplace health and safety event in Australia will gather at Sydney Showground Olympic Park on 6-8 September 2016.

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