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A key competitive advantage to attract and retain the best talent is the development of a flexible work culture. Globalization, technological advances, an ageing workforce, new workplace values of millenials and the need for diversity in the workplace has “upped the stakes” for employers to stop talking about it and to actually make flexibility at work a reality. There are real bottom-line incentives to doing so including increased productivity, cost savings, better customer service, enhanced legal compliance, improved morale, reduced…

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For a limited time you can obtain a free copy of the Finding Flexible Work Solutions eBook here Discover: - How to overcome the barriers - The types of workplace flexibility that can make life balance possible - The benefits of flexible work arrangements for employers and employees - Examples of how best practice organisations make flexibility work - A step by step approach to achieving your life goals.

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This is a limited time offer on our Creating and Managing Flexible Workplaces e-learning program. Flexible work practices enable engagement and increase productivity. Lack of these practices are a key barrier to women's advancement. To celebrate International Women's Day we are providing an 80% discount on our "Creating and Managing Flexible Workplaces" 45 minute e-learning program. It will cost only $1,100 for a limited time until 30 April 2017. Access program details and preview here.

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A question often asked in our bullying and harassment prevention programs is "what constitutes a workplace in sexual harassment cases?". The Sex Discrimination Act states a "workplace" is "a place at which a workplace participant works or otherwise carries out functions in connection with being a workplace participant". This week the Full Federal Court upheld a decision that a worker sexually harassed his manager not only at the workplace but also at a hotel across the road. In the earlier…

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New Anti-Bullying provisions of the Fair Work Act commenced on 1 January 2014. Loss of reputation is a major risk to businesses if stop bullying orders are published on the FWC website.  It is highly likely that this will result in significant media scrutiny as public support for bullying to cease in workplaces escalates. The new provisions allow employees who reasonably believe they have been bullied to apply to the Fair Work Commission (FWC) for an order to stop the bullying.…

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