Save Doug the Pug in our Storyline 360 Design Challenge

By |February 20th, 2017|

Recently, with the release of Storyline 360, developers can play with  new interactions – dials!
Dials can be used in so many ways, including simulating real-world objects, exploring cause-and-effect relationships and navigating both data and menu options.

Marty (our veteran digital designer) and Steph (our PHD-equipped junior instructional designer) from the Learning Seat elearning team took them for […]

Triple trouble: not just employer liable for fatigued worker’s accident

By |February 16th, 2017|

In a ground-breaking decision, the Supreme Court of Queensland has found three defendants liable for injuries a worker sustained in a car accident as he drove home from work after his fourth consecutive 12-hour night shift: the mine operator, the labour hire agency and the host employer.
The case emphasises the need for organisations to fulfil […]

Upcoming Elearning Events – February 2017

By |February 13th, 2017|

This month, Learning Seat is hosting two elearning events nationwide. Whether you’re interested in the custom course development journey, or you’re keen to discover how elearning can help organisations meet business goals, we have free events designed just for you.
Learning Leadership: Custom Course Development Forum – Perth – February 20th

Our free elearning event in Perth […]

Bullying, discimination and harassment rife in health sector

By |February 10th, 2017|

New research has revealed a high prevalence of bullying, discrimination and sexual harassment experienced by doctors in ICUs. The findings confirm that the health sector has a continuing problem with unlawful workplace behaviour, which can have significant negative impacts on individuals and organisations.
Recent media interest in bullying, discrimination and sexual harassment in the medical profession […]

State Government found liable for school “sex romp” prank

By |February 10th, 2017|

A school cleaner has been awarded over $150,000 compensation for a “sex romp” prank played on him in his workplace. The State was found vicariously liable for the prank, which amounted to sexual harassment and victimisation.
A school cleaner was tricked by two colleagues into believing he was cleaning up after a sex romp in the […]

Gender diversity makes good business sense

By |January 27th, 2017|

There are many benefits to businesses that embrace gender diversity beyond simply avoiding anti-discrimination laws – a fact that more and more organisations are recognising.
The Workplace Gender Equality Agency recently included 106 employers on its Employer of Choice list, up from 90 the year before. However, there is still a way to go in Australia […]

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