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Dealing with a Toxic Co-Worker: 5 Ways to Keep your Sanity, Values and Focus at Work

Given that the average full-time worker spends more than one third of their waking hours at work, your experiences in the workplace have a big impact on your overall enjoyment of life. Unfortunately, experiencing toxic behaviour in the workplace is quite common. In 2016 research by Dr Lindsay McMillan, 14% of Australian workers described their workplace environment […]

“Fix Your Team”: The Federal Liberal Party – a (light-hearted) model case study

So we thought we’d start blog post with a quick and topical quiz for you! Thinking about the recent Liberal Party’s behaviour that led to the deposing of Malcolm Turnbull as Australia’s Prime Minister, were you: (a) horrified (b) shocked (c) apathetic (d) none of the above. Regardless of your response, you may in any […]

8 questions to check how robust your employment policies are

Maintaining usability, coherence and comprehensiveness of an organisation’s employment and HR policies and procedures should be an ongoing job for all employers. In our experience however, too often these policies are not sufficiently comprehensive – and once they are completed, they are forgotten or poorly implemented. Neglecting your policies poses a significant risk for your […]

The 7 Foundations of Organisational Resilience

Last week,  Worklogic hosted an information session on ‘Nurturing Resilience’. In the session consultant psychologist Megan Fulford explored ways to build and/or enhance organisational resilience, using psychological principles drawn from the latest research, and her clinical experience of factors associated with resilience. Megan focused on seven foundations of organisational resilience: 1. Strengths Using your strengths […]

Toxic at the Top: Can badly behaved managers and leaders be reformed?

At Worklogic we are commonly asked how to build a good workplace culture and ensure employees are accountable for their conduct at work… when senior leaders and managers are setting a bad example. Those responsible for setting and enforcing conduct standards for employees know that they are fighting an uphill battle when destructive behaviour is being […]

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