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CCER explores those difficult workplace conversations

CCER today welcomed special guest speakers to present two new training sessions on key workplace topics.

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Avoidance culture revealed: CCER’s upcoming training to focus on key workplace issue.

A recent study has revealed that Australian workplaces are fostering an ‘avoidance culture’, with more than 46% of employees saying that they would rather seek other employment than contend with a workplace issue. The Australian Workplace Relationships Survey, conducted by R U OK? in conjunction with The Centre for Corporate Health, also found that 48%…

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Avoidance culture revealed: CCER’s upcoming training to focus on key workplace issue.

A recent study has revealed that Australian workplaces are fostering an ‘avoidance culture’, with more than 46% of employees saying that they would rather seek other employment than contend with a workplace issue. The Australian Workplace Relationships Survey, conducted by R U OK? in conjunction with The Centre for Corporate Health, also found that 48%…

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How to identify psychological injury in the workplace

CCER’s Learning and Development team this morning welcomed psychologist Dr. John McMahon to present a workshop on the Diagnosis and Management of Psychological Injury in the Workplace. The workshop was followed by CCER’s Alicia Mataere who provided practical guidance on how employers can manage ill and injured workers, ensuring compliance with legislation and minimising their…

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