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What is the process of creating, storing and maintaining evidence?

  What is the process of creating, storing and maintaining evidence? The simple definition of evidence is something that furnishes proof and it is essential for any court case whether it is a criminal, civil or family court matter. There are four different kinds of […]
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The process of giving evidence in court

The process of giving evidence in court Once evidence has been assembled, there are processes around how this evidence is given in court. Whether it is a criminal case in a court of law, a civil case, or a Fair Work Commission Tribunal hearing, every […]
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The three-part process of reasonable management action

The three-part process of reasonable management action There is a clear difference between bullying and reasonable management action outlined in the Fair Work Act. Essentially, if management is carrying out reasonable action in a reasonable manner it is completely within their rights. For example, if […]
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Understanding dismissal and serious misconduct in the workplace

Understanding Dismissal and Serious Misconduct in the Workplace. There can be extreme circumstances in a workplace where an employee needs to be reprimanded, sanctioned or in the worst cases dismissed. Before any of these can happen though, the employer needs to prove the allegations made […]
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What are anti-bullying orders in the workplace?

What are anti-bullying orders in the workplace? There is no place for bullying in any workplace, but how does management go about handling instances of bullying and what rights do the respondents have in any action taken? Any employee that feels they have been bullied […]
Evidence and the correct ways to collect and handle it

Evidence and the correct ways to collect and handle it

Evidence and the correct ways to collect and handle it Collecting evidence for a court case is not always handled exclusively by police. In many cases like fraud investigations, divorce proceedings etc you can assemble your own evidence which can be used to support your […]
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The rules you need to know about workplace investigation interviews

The rules you need to know about workplace investigation interviews There are many reasons why you may need to conduct workplace investigation interviews. There may have been an incident that needs further examination, or there could be allegations made against an employee including fraud, harassment […]
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Understanding workplace sexual harassment: Your rights and obligations

Understanding workplace sexual harassment: Your rights and obligations Sexual harassment is not welcome in any workplace and it is clearly defined as any unwelcome sexual behaviours that can be reasonably expected to make any person (regardless of gender) feel offended, humiliated or intimidated. Sexual harassment […]
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