April 28th is World Day for Safety & Health at Work. Healthcare workers have been in a worldwide war against COVID-19 and have endured their own personal suffering. Building a positive safety culture is proactive as well as reactive.
Every year at Clarity Workplace Solutions, we receive many hundreds of instructions from WorkCover Insurers/Claims Agents requesting a factual investigation on mental injury claims.
Leaders are guides and role models – this equates to active conduct and behaviours that align with ethics and integrity.
The virality of social media is wonderful, fast, free marketing when the posts about your organisation are positive. When that virality captures posts that are obscene, abusive, or offensive, the potential for reputation and trust damage are enormous.
Your Call’s Head of Advisory & Training, Prof Katrina A. Bramstedt, has a journal article published in eithikos, a publication of the Society for Corporate Compliance and Ethics.
It is well known that many organisations have been forced to adapt their business strategy to mitigate financial risk and ensure business continuity in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic. Leaders are constantly confronted with urgent and competing demands as they try to navigate the rapidly evolving business landscape.
We prevent, detect and respond to challenges employers face in dealing with misconduct & wrongdoing in the workplace. We are also experts in personal injury investigations. If you have new instructions or simply want to discuss issues at your workplace, contact the team via the online form or email email@example.com or call on 03 9938 7007