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Watch out for these Work Health & Safety holiday hazards

It’s never too early to get organised for the holiday season, as good planning can mean the difference between a restful break or stressful one. So before the festivities even begin, CCER takes a look at the some key Work Health and Safety risks to help employers prepare for the Silly Season.

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Parliamentary report calls for workplace bullying hotline

A parliamentary report into Workplace Bullying was tabled this week, with a series of recommendations to the Federal Government to tackle the issue. Amongst the recommendations is the establishment of a national service to provide practical advice on what constitutes bullying and how to deal with it, including a hotline for employers and employees to help…

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CCER hosts A Very Catholic Debate

Members of CCER’s four standing committees, which represent Catholic Independent Schools, Systemic Schools, Social Services, Parishes, Dioceses and Religious Institutes across NSW and the ACT, today met for A Very Catholic Debate at the Museum of Sydney. The annual event, which provides an opportunity for sector representatives to meet and discuss key issues impacting contemporary…

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Are our leaders equipped for the future?

Common approaches to leadership development are outdated, according to a new paper released by The Institute of Executive Coaching and Leadership (IECL). Entitled Follow the Leader: Leadership Development for the Future, the paper examines how social media platforms and other online ‘knowledge banks’ are influencing the skills and knowledge of those entering the workforce, placing…

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