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How to protect your business from vicarious liability

posted by Lindsay Evans | 21st August, 2014 | Category : Tips & Resources

The media is frequently reporting stories of inappropriate or illegal behaviours in the workplace (see an example here). These cases can be very expensive for employers found to be vicariously liable for the unlawful acts of their employees. In this article we explore the concept of ‘vicarious liability’ and how businesses can reduce their risks. What Read more …

The related links of curated content

posted by Georgia Edge | 21st August, 2014 | Category : Tips & Resources

Earlier this year I heard a story that was so emotionally moving, as soon as I arrived at my desk that morning I googled ‘Malaysian Airlines MH370 mobile phones’. The story I heard was a sad post-mortem of the southern ocean disaster which killed 239 people in March 2014. The news was reporting that family Read more …

Learning Seat chairing round table on fraud awareness at 2014 RCSA Conference, New Zealand

posted by Learning Seat | 14th August, 2014 | Category : News

RCSA (Recruitment and Consulting Services Association) is an industry body representing over 3300 members from the recruitment and human resources services industry. The 2014 RCSA Conference will be held from August 27th-29th in Queenstown, New Zealand. The theme of the conference is ‘Navigating the new reality’, a reference to current business trends where organisations need to Read more …

What constitutes sexual harassment in the workplace?

posted by Lindsay Evans | 13th August, 2014 | Category : New Content & Updates

A Federal Court Judgment handed down on Tuesday comes as a warning for businesses that have not taken sufficient measures to reduce the risks of workers being sexually harassed at work. In December 2013, the Federal Court found that Claudio Vergara had sexually harassed Jemma Ewin while the two had been working together.  Ms Ewin Read more …

Breaking Bad: Learning lessons from the masters of popular media – Part II

posted by Learning Seat | 5th August, 2014 | Category : Tips & Resources

Did you enjoy Part I of our video ‘Breaking Bad: Learning lessons from the masters of popular media’? Part two explores how the power of storytelling is used in popular media to affect long-lasting cultural and behavioural change, and considers how this could boost training content. Watch as we continue our investigation about the power of Read more …