On episode 7 of the HR Breakfast Club podcast, Genevieve Jacobs and Kieran Pender discuss whistle blowers and the right to free speech for employees. Are Australian public servants allowed to say what they want? And do employees have a duty to speak out if they see corruption or other wrong doings in the workplace?
On episode 6 of the HR Breakfast Club podcast, Genevieve Jacobs, James Macken and Tony Chase discuss vaccinations and drug testing in the workplace. Can vaccinations and drug testing be compulsory for employees?
On episode 5 of the HR Breakfast Club podcast, Genevieve Jacobs, Kate Leonard, and Lyndal Ryan discuss workplace bullying, looking at what defines bullying and how to manage it fairly, as well as how Australian HR law deals with bullying in the workplace.
On episode 4 of the HR Breakfast Club podcast Genevieve Jacobs, Lauren Sayers, and Dr Elizabeth Hill discuss what women really want from their workplace, looking at new research from the University of Sydney’s business school and asking how well the Australian HR framework delivers for women in the workplace.
On episode 3 of the HR Breakfast Club podcast, Genevieve Jacobs, Gabrielle Sullivan, and Sonia Lynch look at High Performing Organisations. HR Managers know that people are the key to becoming a High Performance Organisation. How can HR Managers contribute to high performance? Does Australian employment law help or hinder HR Managers in their quest?
On episode 2 of the HR Breakfast Club podcast, Genevieve Jacobs, Rebecca Richardson and Helen Parrett look at Unfair Dismissal and discuss pitfalls, challenges and preventative action in the workplace, and strategies to work towards the kind of outcomes that ensure that everyone gets a fair go in the workplace. Content warning: Contains coarse language