Failure to Respond to Employee Complaints of Abrasive Management Proves Costly

Victorian Supreme Court awards $625K, finds a failure to act breached duty of care Many managers struggle to respond adequately when an employee makes complaints about another’s conduct. This failure can be costly for all the individuals involved and ultimately for the organisation. A recent decision by the Supreme Court of Victoria awarding an employee $625,000 highlights an employer’s duty of care in responding to an employee’s complaints. Justice John …

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Submit your abstract to present at the No 2 Bullying Conference in 2014

Submit your abstract to present at the No 2 Bullying Conference in 2014 which will be held at on the Gold Coast from the 7th – 8th April. The theme of the Conference is Identifying Bullying – Policy, Prevention & Management Strategies, it will examine bullying and what can be done about it in a range of contexts such as schools, families, workplaces and cyberspace.  Presenations will be described and evaluated, and …

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