A series of workshops which support employees and managers through conducting and completing a performance review within your organisation.   The workshops will provide an overview of how to assess performance & behaviour, development opportunities, setting goals which align with the organisational objectives for the following performance period  and self-reflection.  Training can be provided using standard internal templates from within your organisation or templates can be introduced.
The National Plan to Reduce Violence against Women and their Children 2010-22 recognises that a first response is pivotal to a women’s safety and support.  With 1 in 3 women in Australia impacted by Domestic Violence, many organisations are now offering employees additional Domestic Violence leave to enable employees to address their personal issues or escape a violent situation.

Anti-discrimination laws are now designed to protect these marginalised groups by promoting normative and behavioural responses to Domestic Violence to enable equal participation at work.

How do people in your organisation react to a person who is suspected to be a victim of Domestic Violence? Are employees comfortable in using a sensitive enquiry approach to address issues and actively promote support?  With many organisations seeking to become White Ribbon accredited, it is important to create awareness and understanding on how to address this issue by identifying and responding appropriately.

This series of training workshops will provide awareness, support and guidance on addressing Domestic Violence and provide employees with the tools to actively support their colleagues.

Job-sharing, if well planned and supported by the employer, has enormous benefits for employer and employee alike.  Employees attending this workshop are provided with the steps to promote a realistic and successful job share arrangements to suit the operational needs of the organisation.  The program outlines an organisation’s commitment and support required including recognition of status, access to training, study leave/time, higher duties and development opportunities.  It will also set out guidelines for an appropriate job-share proposal.
With traditional workplace attitudes changing and the increased importance placed on influencing inclusion and diversity principles to build a sustainable business model, organisations need to now, more so than ever before, understand the inclusion and diversity leading practices in Australia.  This series of workshops aim to gain buy-in and reduce unconscious bias by promoting inclusion and diversity as an organisational issue.

The National Employment Standards (NES) are 10 minimum employment entitlements that must be provided to all employees. One of these standards relate to flexible work arrangements for employees.  This workshop will address three key areas impacting flexibility at work; hours, patterns and locations of work and seek how these three factors can be offered to promote a more flexible work arrangement for employees.