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Protecting your workforce in the new workplace dynamic

When COVID-19 mandated hybrid work to curb the deleterious effects of the pandemic, it also smashed through the notion that remote working was unsustainable. However, whilst there are no doubt certainly advantages of a flexible virtual working environment it can also have some unintended insidious aspects when compared with the traditional office arrangement. Our January …

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Five tips for remote learning

Not so new… Remote learning is not new. Training students remotely is something the education sector has tinkered with for years, progressing from sending course notes via snail mail towards utilising more sophisticated remote learning models. Many have already noted that the pandemic accelerated digital transformation (which was already going on), and while the rush …

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Why consulting will be embedded in the future of HR

In 2022, the employment landscape has changed, with casual employment and rolling fixed term contracts under greater scrutiny, more organisations than ever are looking to external consultants to support their broad business needs. Consulting is more than just labour hire, it is about providing fit for purpose support to enhance the organisations. Contrary to what …

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Will the IR Omnibus drive us towards better workplaces?

Today, the Morrison Government has introduced the Fair Work Amendment (Supporting Australia’s Jobs and Economic Recovery) Bill 2020 into the House of Representatives. Attorney-General and Minister for Industrial Relations, Christian Porter, has been meeting with working groups comprising business and union groups since June 2020 to tackle known problems within the industrial relations system in …

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