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NZ Herald | The rule we are all breaking

If you’ve ever worked in an office before, you’ve probably been guilty of indulging in a little gossip at some point. Whether it’s speculating about Sharon from account’s love life or the boss’ questionable fashion choices, most of us have swapped stories behind a co-worker’s back on occasion. But according to workplace expert Rose Bryant-Smith, […]

news.com.au | Aussie career expert claims workplace gossip can cost you your job

WE ALL do it — sometimes several times a day. But this common habit could be harming your career and might even get you sacked if you’re not careful. IF YOU’VE ever worked in an office before, you’ve probably been guilty of indulging in a little gossip at some point. Whether it’s speculating about Sharon […]

Business Owners Podcast | Interview with Martin Checketts

Worklogic Co-founder and Director, Grevis Beard, is an expert in workplace dynamics, helping businesses to improve their communication and manage workplace behaviour. Grevis joins me to discuss common workplace issues and their resolutions, as detailed in his new book, Fix Your Team In this podcast, we’ll learn about: The 12 dysfunctions of business teams The potential issues […]

The Australian | Remove toxic employees before they cost your business money

Bullying, racism and sexual harassment should have no place in the modern Australian workplace, yet bad behaviour is all too ­common. In 2016 research by Lindsay McMillan, managing director of Reventure, 14 per cent of Australian workers described their workplace environment as “toxic”, and 20 per cent had experienced significant problems in communication with a […]

Thrive Global | Dealing with a Toxic Co-Worker

5 Ways to Keep your Sanity, Values and Focus at Work Unfortunately, experiencing toxic behavior in the workplace is quite common. In 2016 research by Dr Lindsay McMillan, 14% of workers described their workplace environment as ‘toxic’, and 20% had experienced major problems in communication with a co-worker or boss. A massive 50% had experienced serious incidents […]

Government News | Four insights to improve culture in government workplaces

There are common mistakes government professionals make when handling conflict, complaints and poor culture, but there are clear ways to avoid them, writes Rose Bryant-Smith. Across Australia, high-profile cases continue to hit the press and damage the reputations of government professionals and elected representatives. From affairs with staffers, bribery and corruption allegations in local government, […]

HR Daily | More unified approach needed against harassment

Harassment can be so deeply ingrained in an organisation’s workplace culture that it becomes ‘the new normal’, and HR leaders need a more unified approach to preventing and addressing it, experts warn. According to not-for-profit employee assistance provider AccessEAP, comments such as ‘I was only joking’, ‘what happened to your sense of humour?’, or ‘no one […]

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