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WISE Workplace is a multidisciplinary organisation specialising in the management of workplace behaviour. We investigate matters of corporate and professional misconduct, resolve conflict through mediation and provide consultation services for developing effective people governance. 

Through the delivery of professional development opportunities and self published practitioner guides, we are the centre of excellence for the ongoing professionalisation of workplace investigations across Australia.

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Perth Conducting Workplace Investigations Advanced

Vince Scopelliti - Tuesday, May 25, 2021

Perth – limited vacancies available for our June Public Training Course

CONDUCTING WORKPLACE INVESTIGATIONS (ADVANCED)

Perth 22nd to 24th of June 2021

This in-depth program is tailored to meet the needs of government investigators and HR personnel who are required to conduct or supervise investigations into workplace misconduct including but not limited to, harassment, bullying, interpersonal grievances, fraud, or corruption.  

Delivered over three days, the WISE Workplace Conducting Workplace Investigations (Advanced) course is suited to individuals with prior industry knowledge and experience in the field who are seeking to enhance capability, consolidate knowledge, build processes and improve practical skills in line with the Australian Government Investigation Guidelines.  

This public training course is located in Perth, Western Australia, and runs from the 22nd of June to the 24th of June inclusive.

For information about this invaluable course click the link below or contact our team on 1300 580 685 or admin@wiseworkplace.com.au 

 

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http://www.wiseworkplace.com.au/training/conducting-workplace-investigations-advanced


Melbourne Investigating Workplace Misconduct

Vince Scopelliti - Tuesday, May 25, 2021

Melbourne - limited vacancies available for our June public training course. 

INVESTIGATING WORKPLACE MISCONDUCT 
Melbourne 2nd June 2021

One of the most critical skills required by HR professionals in Australia today is the ability to undertake effective, quality and procedurally appropriate investigations into workplace misconduct. 

WISE Workplace’s foundation training program Investigating Workplace Misconduct (IWM) provides participants with the essential knowledge and practice skills to lead or participate in the investigatory process.

This one-day workshop focuses on the investigatory processes required to effectively asses complaints, interview relevant stakeholders, gather evidence and make critical decisions that effect employees. Industry case studies which highlight current case law, industrial legislation, and the latest research on investigation methods, including interviewing techniques and the accessibility of digital information are just some of the features of this course.

For information about this invaluable course click the link below or contact our team on 1300 580 685 or admin@wiseworkplace.com.au

#WISEWorkplace #ProfessionalDevelopment #Training #HumanResources #Investigation #Misconduct #Allegation #Complaint #HumanResources #WorkplaceInvestigation #Melbourne #Victoria 

National Volunteer Week

Vince Scopelliti - Wednesday, May 19, 2021



Happy National Volunteer Week, Australia! Australia has over six million volunteers who support charities, not for profit organisations, special interest groups and businesses. Volunteers play a vital role in our communities and contribute over 600 million hours each year helping others.

Many organisations do a fantastic job of recognising and valuing their volunteers. An important part of supporting volunteers is ensuring that they are aware of their rights, duties and responsibilities relating to their duties. This includes their right to provide feedback, raise concerns, report an incident or make a complaint.

We often find that organisational complaints systems and processes don’t meet the needs or expectations of volunteers. This can lead to volunteers choosing to leave their volunteering role rather than raising concerns and navigating the ‘corporate system’. Having a fair, equitable, transparent and accessible feedback process which meets the needs of your volunteers is essential. 

WISE Workplace are experts in complaints management, incident investigations and workplace mediation involving employees and volunteers. For information about how WISE Workplace can assist your business, reach out on 1300 580 685 – admin@wiseworkplace.com.au

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