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Are you up to scratch on Work Health & Safety?

This week the Minister for Employment and Workplace Relations, Bill Shorten announced the launch of a new work health and safety resource kit for volunteers. The new kit is aimed at assisting volunteers, and employers who engage them, to understand the new work health and safety laws and how they apply.

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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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Adverse Action: Your questions answered

Adverse action remains one of the most high-profile issues in workplace relations since the introduction of the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth). The penalties are steep, so employers are wary of falling foul of the law, yet can struggle to understand the often complicated provisions of the Act. Here, CCER breaks it down, providing some…

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Welcome to the CCER blog!

On a day-to-day basis, CCER provides expert advice, support and training for clients, on a range of employment relations matters. We work to strengthen Catholic workplaces by encouraging a fair and balanced approach to employer-employee relationships. We help Catholic employers to create workplaces of innovation and excellence, imbued with dignity and justice. But there’s more…

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