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The need for speed and the search for empathy; balancing an online induction

It’s 11am on your first day at your new job. You look around the stark meeting room you’ve been sitting in since 9.30am.You think to yourself, ‘Have they forgotten about me?’

You shift your focus back to […]

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Headlines in the workplace law space have been dominated this week by the topic of bullying

Bullying is a topic that has been increasingly at the forefront of employers’ minds, particularly since the introduction of bullying into the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth) regime in January 2014. Learning Seat previously published […]

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Learning Seat releases leadership training courses in May 2015

The May course release brings you a couple of titles which fit in the leadership training category. As demonstrated in Learning Seat’s last whitepaper paper, leadership and management were one of the areas of training that […]

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The dawn of a new era for Learning Seat

We have just completed the acquisition of Melbourne based e-learning company C-Learning. Phillip Tutty, the owner of C-Learning and all of his staff have now moved across to Learning Seat so we are all operating […]

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Two months until Learning Seat ends Internet Explorer 8 support

Another month has quickly gone by and we have just two months to go before we end Microsoft Internet Explorer 8.  By now, you’ve received our notifications and your IT team or organisation is either […]

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Managers and executives need to be ‘risk sentinels’

Bullying, sexual harassment and unlawful discrimination can happen in any workplace. Increasingly, employers are recognising the considerable direct and indirect costs these behaviours can have on both individuals and businesses.

These costs show up in the […]

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2014 trends in organisational learning and development Download whitepaper