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The rules, ownership and risks of workplace investigations

HR Daily Community member Phil O'Brien shares tips on how to deal with difficult respondents who refuse to attend interviews, answer questions, or become argumentative during workplace investigations. Investigations were a hot topic on the HR Daily Community this week, with other posts discussing rules of evidence, complaint ownership, managing risks and more.



Mitigating mistletoe misconduct; Team building; HR's role in relation to AI; and more

HR Daily Community member Jason Clark shares tips to minimise the risk of inappropriate behaviour at Christmas parties, noting that nominating a 'Grinch' can be helpful. HR Daily Community members are also discussing the coaching leadership style, HR's role in relation to artificial intelligence, career development and more.


Protecting confidential information; Audio versus written statements; and more

In this week's featured post, HR Daily Community member Shane Koelmeyer shares a reminder about taking steps to protect confidential information before employees leave. Community members are also discussing written versus audio statements in workplace investigations, investing in the 'right' relationships at work, monitoring employees' online activity and more.




Dismissal for criticising clients warranted; Supporting mental health; and more

In this week's featured post, HR Daily Community member Shane Koelmeyer examines what constitutes reasonable disciplinary action, in a case where an employee was sacked after criticising clients. Community members are also discussing mental health, flexible work, investigations, and more.





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