Podcast EpisodesArchive of IR Simplified Podcast Episodes
060: ACTU Casual to perm after 6 months, Lorna Jane’s $570K bullying case, and build a rapid response IR team
IR Simplified Podcast, episode 60
In this episode I’ll be talking about the ACTU’s push to make casual’s permanent.
Lorna Jane’s win with a harassment complaint, and the need for a quick response to complaints.
And some tips on how to build a ‘rapid response’ industrial relations team.
In Episode 59 of the IR Simplified Podcast (the first for 2018), I share my plans for the year. This is blog posts, podcasting, regular webinars, and even a live event. I also ask the question, why any business owner would take an unfair dismissal...read more
In this episode of the IR Simplified Podcast, I talk about the following items. Enterprise agreements, and that they haven't failed businesses. Businesses have failed them. I also talk about two noticeable clauses from recently approved enterprise...read more
In this episode of the IR Simplified Podcast, I talk about the fiasco at Channel 7, share some tips for novice and experienced workplace investigators, and ask Link to things mentioned in the podcast. LinkedIn Discussion Workplace Investigation Article IR...read more
In this episode of the IR Simplified podcast I talk about businesses needing an employee engagement officer to improve industrial relations.
I also explain why this position shouldn’t be one that is done by the human resources department.
This ties in good with the Sun Tzu’s passage on the use of spies in his book “the Art of War”.
I also give a little but of a shambles plug for the book that I am writing called “the Art of War for Industrial Relations”.read more
In episode 55 of the IR Simplified podcast, I talk about; the passing by the Senate of the Fair Work Amendment (Protecting Vulnerable Workers) Bill, and what it means for business; I also talk about enterprise associations; and that you don’t need to use a lawyer to go to the Fair Work Commission.read more