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On-boarding and the Art of Employee Induction

This article is part 2 of a series called ‘On-boarding and the art of employee induction’.

In part 1, we discussed the needs of the employee versus that of the […]

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Driver Safety events in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane

Learning Seat’s next breakfast series will be held in partnership with Driver Safety Australia. Driver Safety’s Managing Director, Russell White, will lead us though a presentation covering topics such as:

Work related driving safety
Legal requirements governing […]

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How do you like your learning – just in case or just in time?

‘Hey, just in case I decide to buy one, I might take an e-learning course about the pro-level functions of the latest (insert gadget name here).’

How often do you find yourself being subjected to such […]

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Learning Seat releases e-learning courses for the health industry

Learning Seat released courses fitting into its health category in July 2015. These courses have been developed by SIMTICS, an organisation that offers innovative online simulations for learning how to perform sonography, radiography, medical, basic […]

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Fair procedure, relevant policies and consistency of treatment among lessons for employers in unfair dismissal case

The Fair Work Commission (FWC) has recently ruled that the sacking of a team leader by the Leighton Boral Amey Joint Venture (LBAJV) was unfair, despite the fact that he engaged in several acts of […]

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Increase your work efficiency

How much of your and your employees’ work day is lost because you just don’t know the power of the tools you have available?

The Microsoft Office Suite of tools can improve efficiency, but if you […]

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